Snow is forecast for Devon as temperatures drop
Devon and Cornwall have been warned to brace themselves for the first snow of winter.
Parts of the South West were expected to see a light dusting of snow early this morning as temperatures dropped following a period of heavy rain.
Flurries of snow could fall on higher ground.
Ice could pose problems for motorists in rural parts of the region, although temperatures were expected to remain just above freezing overnight in most parts.
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The Met Office issued a yellow warning for Devon and Cornwall yesterday, saying there would be heavy showers, including heavy hailstorms, into the early hours of today.
A Met Office forecaster said: “As the showers push away overnight, there is the possibility of flurries of snow on the very highest ground.”
Cold weather is forecast over the next few days, especially tonight and Friday night.
Saturday is expected to be a dry and sunny day.