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Snow and ice warning for parts of Surrey


Published by the Eagle Radio News Team at 1:22pm 4th February 2018. (Updated at 1:42pm 5th February 2018)

Surrey and Hampshire woke up to freezing temperatures this morning - with a warning for snow and ice in parts of Surrey.

It comes as forecasters predict one of the coldest weeks of winter this year. 

The warning was in place until 10am today.

Warnings have also been issued for other parts of the country - some areas are bracing themselves for snow over the next couple of days.

Earlier, the Met Office said eastern areas of Surrey could get sleet and snow showers - with snow accumulating especially over the North Downs.

Temperatures are not due to go over 4 degrees celsius - with lows of -4 degrees celsius tonight.

Wintery showers are expected to affect roads and railways with journey times becoming longer as a result.

Some icy patches are likely to develop on untreated roads, pavements, and cycle paths.

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