Snow and sleet warning now at amber level for parts of Devon
Outbreaks of sleet or snow will affect parts of Devon today and tomorrow, according the latest Met Office forecast.
The amber warning is rated as the second most serious alert from the Exeter-based Met Office.
A spokesperson for the Met Office said: "Where rain or sleet is currently falling, this is expected to turn increasingly to snow during this afternoon and evening, even at low levels.
"Some 2-5 cm of snow is likely in places with 10cm or more within the amber warning area and on high ground.
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"This could be locally heavy and fall in a short period of time, perhaps just a few hours."
A yellow ice warning is also in place for Devon and Cornwall until midday on Wednesday.
Forecasters are predicting outbreaks of sleet and snow which, as temperatures fall, will lead to icy stretches on many untreated roads.
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