A flooding volunteer in a village in Leicestershire has tweeted the following photos of flooding in Sileby:
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A yellow weather warning for wind has been issued by the Met Office for the East and West Midlands.
A yellow weather warning of wind has been issued for East and West Midlands today (3 Feb).
The Met Office said the most likely scenario is for inland locations to see a relatively short period of 40-50 mph gusts.
Windward coastal areas will see a longer period of 50 to 60 mph gusts with isolated gusts to 70 mph.
Some travel disruption is possible as well as some trees could be brought down.
Heavy rain and winds of up to 70mph are expected to effect parts of the UK throughout Friday and into Saturday morning.Read the full story ›
The the UK saw a temperature difference of more than 20 degrees between the north and south last night.Read the full story ›
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning of icy conditions across the East and West Midlands.
This means ice is expected to form overnight and on Sunday morning, which may lead to difficult driving conditions on untreated roads and slippery conditions on pavements.
Motorists in the region are being advised to take extra care on the roads as the Met Office issued a yellow weather warning for widespread fog and snow.
Areas of freezing fog, some dense, are expected to last into Wednesday morning.
Travelling conditions will be difficult with journeys likely to take longer than usual and delays to air travel are possible.
WEATHER WARNING: Ice and freezing fog forecast overnight and into Wed morning. Take care out there!… https://t.co/rKlUOrDlzu
A Met Office warning covering much of England and south-east Wales is expected to remain in place until 11am.Read the full story ›
Freezing fog is expected to mean further misery for people hoping to travel today (24 January).
Freezing fog is expected to re-form and become "widespread" across south-west Midlands, with dense patches likely to form elsewhere.
It is expected to slowly thin and lift during Tuesday, but may persist in some areas throughout the day, the Met Office said.
Drivers are being warned to make sure they can see out of their windscreens properly before they set off in the morning.
The Central Motorway Police Group tweeted a picture of a driver in Worcester who attempted to drive with his windscreen partially obscured by condensation and ice.