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Further weather warning issued with temperatures set to drop to -4C overnight

NOTE: This content is old - Published: Sunday, Dec 10th, 2017.

A further weather warning for Wrexham has been issued by the Met Office this afternoon.

With heavy snow overnight and throughout today, a yellow weather warning for ice has now been issued for Monday with temperatures expected to plummet to -4C in the early hours of the morning.

An amber warning is still in place for Wrexham, with snow expected until at least 6pm.

The Met Office weather warning for ice is in place from between 4am and 11 pm tomorrow (Monday).

Of course with so much snow across the area and temperatures to drop, the roads and pavements are expected to be very icy first thing in the morning – so take care if heading out.

A Met Office spokesperson said: ‘Some injuries are likely from slips and falls on icy surfaces as well as icy patches on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths. As well as this lying snow from Sunday will continue to be a hazard leading to longer and potentially hazardous journeys.”

As usual we will do our best to keep you updated with what’s going on tomorrow, so keep an eye on Wrexham.com or our Twitter feed @wrexham. You can tweet us or email news@wrexham.com with any details of road closures, snow pics etc!

Top Pic: Thanks to Mark Edwards for this shot of Hope Mountain.

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