The Met Office has updated its yellow weather warning for more snow forecast to hit the Eastern Counties later on Sunday. This is in addition to more widespread ice warnings in place for tonight and tomorrow.
The updated snow warning was issued at 12.20pm today and is valid from noon on Sunday:
"A band of snow is likely to spread northwards across parts of southeastern and eastern England during Sunday afternoon and evening, bringing accumulations of 2-5 cm snow to some areas, and perhaps in excess of 8 cm towards coastal counties of southeast and eastern England.
"The public should be aware of the risk of disruption to travel."
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