UK weather: Snow on the way as amber cold-health alert issued for parts of England

A drop in temperatures will lead to snow and icy conditions in some areas of England within the next few hours, forecasters have said. Meanwhile, more than 170 flood warnings remain in place across the country. Snow showers are predicted to arrive in the early hours of this morning Why you can trust Sky News The Met Office has issued new weather warnings – and said that snow showers are on the way that could turn “quite heavy” on Monday. A yellow warning will come into force at 4am today which states ice and snow are likely to affect roads and train services in parts of Greater London, Kent, Surrey, East Sussex and West Sussex. Meanwhile, an amber cold-health alert has been issued by the Met Office and the UK Health Security Agency for the North West of England, West Midlands, East Midlands and South West of England. This will be in place until Friday. A yellow cold-health alert remains for the North East of England, Yorkshire and the Humber, East of England, South East of England and London for much of next week. It comes as many parts of the country attempt to recover from the aftermath of Storm Henk , which caused widespread flooding and two deaths, and more than 170 flood warnings remain in place. See the latest weather forecast for your area The yellow weather warning states that temperatures will drop to near zero in the early hours of today as “a mix of sleet and snow showers” moves in, the Met Office has said. More on Weather Storm Henk flooding: Government announces payments worth thousands of pounds to help communities recover Weather latest: Wintry showers forecast for parts of England as yellow ice warning in place Find the forecast for your area as Storm […]

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