An AMBER BE PREPARED warning for SNOW which covered parts of Cumbria and southern Scotland has been lifted.
A YELLOW warning for STRONG WINDS across Cumbria is in place until 12pm today.
This may cause further disruption to travel, with some power cuts and potential damage to buildings.
A YELLOW warning for SNOW covers much of the region and is expected to continue until just before midnight on Saturday 3 March.
Showers and icy surfaces are expected to form, whilst some rural communities could become or remain cut off.
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