Yellow warning of ice tonight as temperatures forecast to hit -7
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The Met Office has issued a new yellow warning of ice tonight as the forecast temperature in Newtown is set to reach -7 overnight.
The yellow weather warning, which has been isssued for ice, covers parts of Wales, England and Scotland, including Newtown. The warning is in place until Saturday.
This comes as temperatures are set to hit -7 tonight, according to forecasts. To view the full forecast for Newtown click here - https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/forecast/gcmdsxkrm#?date=2023-03-10
The warning said to expect icy patches on untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths and that people should take care as to avoid injury from slips/falls.
This Evening and Tonight:
A fine evening with clear skies. This means temperatures will drop quickly overnight leading to a widespread sharp frost with icy stretches likely. Light winds. Minimum temperature -2 °C.
A cold and frosty start, with some bright skies, before a band of rain, sleet and snow moves eastwards. Winds will gradually strengthen, particularly around coastal areas and over hills. Maximum temperature 7 °C.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Turning milder on Sunday with bright spells and patchy rain later. Some heavier rain on Monday, then cold again on Tuesday with wintry showers. Often windy.
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