Snow in Bath: the latest forecast
Bath is braced for another round of snow over the coming days, with subzero temperatures forecast overnight and rain set to turn to sleet.
Yellow weather warnings of ice are in place for Bath today, and of both snow and ice tomorrow. The Met Office predicts icy stretches on untreated surfaces.
Between one and three centimetres of snow could fall in the South West today, with a low risk of as much as five centimetres. The Met Office warns of further localised snow accumulation tomorrow.
Bath is expected to see light snowfall overnight on Tuesday, from around 8pm until 6am on Wednesday.
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There is a 20 per cent chance of precipitation - that is, rain, sleet or snow - in Bath both today and tomorrow, rising to 60 per cent on Tuesday night.
Temperatures are set to fall to -3°C overnight tonight, and will not rise above 1°C tomorrow, the Met Office says.
Temperatures will fall to -3°C overnight on Tuesday, but the Met Office says it will feel even colder - as low as -7°C.
The South West should brace itself for travel disruption both today and tomorrow, the Met Office warns.
First Bus in Bath is running a restricted service on a number of routes, and a partial route on other lines. Click here for more details.
No rail disruptions have been reported in the Bath area.
UPDATE 15.00 : A yellow weather warning of snow has been issued for Bath, in addition to that of ice already in place.
The yellow warnings of snow and ice are in place between 3am and midnight tomorrow. A yellow warning of ice remains in place until Wednesday afternoon.
Meanwhile First is operating a largely normal bus service apart from the number 4, which is not serving Holcombe Green at Bathampton; and the 173 and 184, neither of which are serving Church House at Chilcompton.