Yellow warnings remained in place today across the West Midlands for snow, while ice warnings were announced for the north of the region, including Eccleshall and Newport.
Snow and ice is forecast across #Staffordshire for the next few days and a yellow weather warning is in place. Please take extra care on the roads when driving in poor weather conditions and remember to leave extra time for your journey.#staffsgrit #wmgrit #staysafe pic.twitter.com/YCp4hEuQ5f— Staffordshire County Council (@StaffordshireCC) December 30, 2020
The Met Office has forecast snow from 6pm today, through to 2pm tomorrow - warning that some roads and railways are likely to be affected.
Ice on the roads in the Old Park Road in the Wrens Nest area means that routes 27/27A and 81 are currently following a small diversion on Burton Road , The Broadway. All other services are running as normal.— NX West Midlands (@nxwestmidlands) December 30, 2020
The ice warning is in place from 6pm this afternoon until 10am tomorrow.
The @metoffice say it's been the coldest night of the #winter so far & the joint coldest of 2020 🥶❄️— West Midlands Ambulance Service #HelpUsHelpYou (@OFFICIALWMAS) December 30, 2020
Whether you're heading out on foot or by 🚚🚙🚲🏍 please go steady as icy conditions are affecting many parts of the West Midlands. pic.twitter.com/6sUcYEv8uM
See the latest forecast from The Met Office here:
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A flood warning today remains in place for the River Severn at Quatford - with flooding expected and immediate action required.
Meanwhile, flood alerts are in place for the River Sow and River Penk and the River Severn in Shropshire and Worcestershire.