Weather warning for Peterborough with snow forecast

Offaly included in fresh snow and ice warning from Met Éireann

Offaly included in fresh snow and ice warning from Met Éireann

The yellow alert comes will be in place tomorrow from 4pm tomorrow until 4pm on Friday.

A Met Office yellow snow warning has been issued for the city for Sunday (December 10).

A Met Eireann forecaster said: "Scattered snow showers will occur later Thursday, Thursday night and into Friday".

"The showers will turn increasingly wintry with falls of hail and snow - especially in the north, and a few will push further south this evening. Northwest winds will be strong and gusty".

There'll be highs of only 5 or 6 Celsius.

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Meanwhile, the Road Safety Authority has warned motorists to expect the unexpected with high winds and icy conditions.

Meteorologists at Ronaldsway say such showers are hard to predict, but that 10cm to 15cm of snow is possible over higher ground, with 2cm to 5cm in lower areas. "A widespread sharp ground frost will form during clear spells with icy patches forming widely".

Along with higher ground, counties in the north and north west are expected to be worst hit.

Met Office meteorologist John West said: "Storm Caroline is well on its way across northern parts of the UK".

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