Met Office issues yellow weather warning for parts of Devon
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for parts of Devon. The yellow weather warning indicates that people should be aware of weather conditions.
"Rain is likely to turn to snow in places this morning, bringing the risk of temporary accumulations of 3-7 cm, especially on hills," the Met Office said.
The Met Office's Chief Forecaster added:
"A small depression coming off the English Channel will bring some heavy rain across the area, which will fall into cold air as it comes inland. This will give the risk of settling snow, though with marked variations in amounts from place to place. There is also a risk of heavy hail temporarily lying on road surfaces leading to slippery conditions."
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Valid until: Wednesday, May 22 2013
The weather warning is valid until noon today.