'Significant disruption' expected as Hull sees snowfall – live updates – Hull Live

A Yellow-level snow warning is in place
Hull has seen its first fall of snow ahead of a yellow weather warning for 'significant disruption'.
Previously, a yellow-level alert for snow and ice was in place until Tuesday, March 7 but now that alert will remain in force until today. The Met Office predicts there will be “further disruption” in some places.
However, on top of that, the forecaster has also issued a second warning for heavy snow between 3am on Thursday and 6pm on Friday. During this period, accumulations of 5-10cm of snow are possible at low elevations, with up to 20cm further north.
In its alert for Thursday and Friday, the Met Office said: "Snow could develop quite widely across the warning area on Thursday and Friday as a potentially quite deep area of low pressure moves across the UK."
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A very cold and frosty start with some clear skies through the morning. Becoming cloudier from midday with scattered snow showers, mostly along exposed windward coasts, but some pushing inland at times. Light winds. Maximum temperature 5 °C.
Another cold night with a widespread frost. The occasional snow shower will continue to affect coastlines, with the risk of icy patches forming. Light winds. Minimum temperature -1 °C.


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