Posted: Mon 27th Jan 2020

Weather warning for ice issued as temperatures set to drop overnight for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Monday, Jan 27th, 2020

A weather warning for ice has been issued with temperatures set to drop as low as -2C overnight.

The Met Office yellow weather warning is in place from 7pm this evening through until 10am tomorrow morning.

It is one of several weather alerts in place across the country – with some places forecast snow.

Locally it is going to be a cold night in Wrexham with temperatures dropping into the minus figures. The Met Office also forecast that there could be some wintery showers in the early hours of the morning.

The Met Office say: “Showers of rain, hail and sleet are likely on Monday night and Tuesday morning, leading to a risk of ice on some surfaces as temperatures fall below freezing.

“Some snow is also possible, but mostly restricted to high ground above 200 metres where a few centimetres may settle.”

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