Met Office warns of further snow & ice across the UK as bitterly cold temperatures returnBritain was braced for further travel disruption as the “mini beast from the east” was set to bring up to 25cm of snow to portions of the UK.
The Met Office issued warnings for further snow & ice as well as bitterly cold temperatures which going to feel as low as -10C.
The heaviest snow showers are Guessed across south-western areas, however conditions going to easiness throughout the day & there can be sunshine in some areas.
Greater Manchester police’s traffic unit says conditions were “bleak” on the trans-Pennine route, by a vidimus showing blizzards.
Richard Leonard, Highways England’s head of road safety, said: “Our gritter drivers going to be out handling our roads around the clock however it is still important to drive to the conditions while snow is forecast.
Bath Weather Watch: Live updates on traffic & travel as snow falls across Bath
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather caution for Bath & an amber caution for portions of Somerset as heavy snow is Guessed to shock the country.
The yellow weather caution for snow & ice in Bath is in place for Sunday, March 18 by a more caution for ice in place on Monday.
The yellow caution reads: “Snow showers are likely to still throughout Sunday, by a chance which longer spells of snow probably affect southern zones for a time on Sunday.
“There is a chance of travel delays on roads by some stranded vehicles, along by delayed or cancelled rail & air travel.
Bath Live runs a WhatsApp group to help you save up to date by the new news.
according to Flights cancelled as Met Office said subzero temperatures, snow & high winds likely to disrupt road & rail journeysBlizzard conditions which can cause havoc on the roads have been prediction with the Met Office for Saturday night & Sunday morning.
Yellow & amber ice & snow warnings are in influence for many portions of the UK as the “mini-beast from the east” brings further snow showers & freezing temperatures.
Some delays & cancellations to rail & air travel are likely,” the Met Office said.
Met Office (@metoffice) There’s plenty of #snow in the prediction for today however what about tomorrow?
“The best method to describe this is as a real return to wintry conditions,” said Mark Wilson, another Met Office meteorologist.
Blizzard conditions Guessed to disrupt travel across UK
collected by :Molly Tony