Met Office issues heavy snow warning for Berkshire

Met Office issues heavy snow warning for Berkshire

Met Office issues heavy snow warning for Berkshire

The latest weather forecast issued by the Met Office has warned that snow and ice could bring some of the country to a standstill.

There were signs on some models that a deep area of low pressure would run near to southern Britain, hitting the cold air during Tuesday night and might bring significant snow.

"In addition, wintry showers will follow into western areas on Wednesday morning, giving further slight accumulations of snow in a few places".

Powys County Council has already prepared for the weather and will have gritters and snow ploughs out on main roads.

Cyclists are also being told to look out for thick sheets of ice left untreated on roads, pavements and paths.

In Reading, rain is expected from 2pm to 7pm, and at around 8pm, snow will fall.

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THE Met office has warned motorists they could become stranded with snow -'possibly heavy at times' - expected to fall tonight and tomorrow.


A band of rain will arrive across Wales about lunchtime and then move eastwards through the afternoon and evening. Some of these will be of snow, especially on high ground, but at some lower levels also.

"We are expecting a covering of a few centimetres of snow at low levels but around 10cm (3.9in) over hills".

Up to 10cm of snow could fall on higher ground as temperatures drop across large parts of the United Kingdom this week. According to the Met Office it will keep snowing until 1pm on Wednesday around Princetown.

It is going to feel cold wherever you are but particularly if you are under this band of wet weather.

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