A small area of Low Pressure is sending a heavy band of rain our way from the South-West. It will make headway through the early hours and spread southeastwards through tomorrow morning.
Our southern counties, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Northamptonshire are covered by a Yellow Warning from the Met Office for the snow.
It really is a North, South split across the region as northern areas will remain mostly dry it is southern counties that will see all the action.
It is worth noting that it will mainly fall as rain but there is a chance you could see some snow in the air. It won't really amount to much, it will be slushy and quickly melt away. Just slightly further South in the Cotswolds though we are expecting a could of cm to settle.
- FRIDAY MORNING
- Rain will sweep in overnight, it will be heavy and will fall as snow at times
- The snow will not amount to much and we are not expect it to cause disruption
- It will be a case of snow in the air and not much settling
- Tomorrow will feel much colder in the northerly wind
- FRIDAY AFTERNOON/EVENING
- The rain will clear away southeastwards
- It will be a dry and frosty night
- THIS WEEKEND
- *SATURDAY: *Turning drier and brighter before more wet weather rolls in overnight into Sunday
- *SUNDAY: *Bright for a time before more rain sweeps on on Sunday night into Monday
- Feeling much cooler than of late with temperatures average at best