Winter's sting in the tail as Met Office forecasts more snow
Winter may just have a sting in the tail after the Met Office issued a snow warning for South West England.
The yellow warning has been issued for Sunday and Monday with up to 5cm of snow possibe in some areas.
The mercury is also set to dive to -2C or -3C on Sunday night with the temperature struggling to get above freezing on Monday with the warning that winds could reach 50mph.
Bath is likely to escape the worst of the weather with the area threatened by snow further south.
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But the Met Office said parts of Wiltshire and Somerset could be hit.
A spokesman said: "A spell of sleet and snow is expected, starting on Sunday evening in SW England, and affecting southern England more widely on Sunday night and Monday morning. Snow will be accompanied by a strong easterly wind which will accentuate the very cold feel. Accumulations of 3 - 5 cm could occur quite widely over southern counties, and the public are advised to be aware of this wintry hazard."