Yellow weather warnings of snow and ice issued in Bath
Yellow weather warnings of snow and ice have been issued in Bath, amid a Met Office forecast of icy stretches and a flurry of the white stuff.
A yellow warning of ice has been issued between 9pm on Thursday and midday on Friday. A yellow warning of snow will come into force at 3am on Sunday, and remain in place until midnight on Monday.
The warnings urge the public to be aware of snow and ice, and to be braced for potential localised travel disruption. Take extra care when walking, cycling or driving in affected areas, the Met Office says.
Heavy rain is forecast overnight on Thursday, due to subside temporarily in the early hours. Further downpours are expected from around 6am on Friday.
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Icy patches may form on untreated surfaces overnight, the Met Office warns. Temperatures could feel as low as 0C.
Friday afternoon and evening are set to be dry and cloudy, but light showers are forecast in the early hours of Saturday.
A dry but cloudy day will be followed by further showers on Saturday evening, the Met Office says. It will feel considerably warmer, however - around 4-5C.
Heavy downpours are forecast in the early hours of Sunday, and are set to continue until around 9am.
A cloudy afternoon with sunny intervals is set to follow, despite the yellow weather warning of snow.
Bath could see a light flurry of the white stuff in the early hours of Monday, but the rest of the day should be largely dry and cloudy.