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Ice warnings in place across the Midlands this weekend

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Temperatures will continue to plunge heading into the weekend with ice warnings in place across the Midlands.

The Met Officehas issued a number of yellow ice warnings across the Midlands.

Temperatures will fall sharply after dark Friday evening allowing icy patches to form on untreated surfaces, including footpaths and cycleways."

– Met Office spokesperson

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Latest pictures: Snow hits Midlands for a second day

Snow in Shropshire Credit: Julie Bakarania

You have been sending ITV Central your photos of snow across the Midlands.

It is the second day our regions have been hit with wintry conditions.

Snow in Wolverhampton Credit: Kelly Perks
Snow in Walsall Credit: Lucinda Atkins
Snow in Leek Credit: Kerry Starkey

The Met Office is warning motorists will face another day of treacherous driving today.

A yellow weather warning has been issued as sleet and flurries of snow are forecast to sweep across the Midlands.

A Met Office spokeswoman said:

"The east coast will have ice warnings into East Anglia and Lincolnshire and the North East.

"Friday will see bands of cold and wintry showers moving southwards."

– Met Office spokeswoman

Warnings as temperatures set to fall with risk of snow

We could see some snow next week Credit: Ryan Phillips / EMPICS Entertainment

Health bosses in the region are urging people to look out for elderly and vulnerable friends, relatives and neighbours as temperatures fall.

Temperatures could fall below zero next week with the risk of snow.

People are being asked to make sure the vulnerable have everything they need.

Click here for the latest weather updates.

River Severn levels 'very high'

The levels of the River Severn in Worcester are 'very high' according to the Environment Agency. Flood warning are in place at Hanley Castle and Saxons Lode. The River is expected to peak during the day.

There are currently 10 flood warnings and 37 flood alerts across the Midlands.

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