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Snow settles in Kent

By Anna MacSwan

Snow has continued to fall in parts of Kent overnight.

It has settled and created a white blanket in parts of the county including Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells and Rochester.

A dog makes its way through the snow in Maidstone. Picture Sarah Friday

A dog makes its way through the snow in Maidstone. Picture: Sarah Friday

Snowy Maidstone! Picture Rosina Packham

Snowy Maidstone! Picture: Rosina Packham

It might not have been the biggest snowfalls ever, but Frank grimace and his children from Ashford managed (just) to make a snowman

It might not have been the biggest snowfalls ever, but Frank Grimace and his children from Ashford managed (just) to make a snowman

Tunbridge Wells Hospital. Picture Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust Emergency Planning Response

Tunbridge Wells Hospital. Picture: Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust Emergency Planning & Response

A dog enjoying the cold snap. Picture Belle Jeffery

A dog enjoying the cold snap. Picture: Belle Jeffery

The Met Office have issued a yellow warning of snow and ice until 10am.

 Video: Snowy scenes in Maidstone this morning

Further showers are expected in east Kent later today, increasingly turning to rain or sleet.

Dry and sunny weather is predicted elsewhere with a maximum temperature of 5 degrees Celsius.

Offham near West Malling looking lovely

Offham near West Malling looking lovely

Another wintry picture of Offham

Another wintry picture of Offham

Snow in Maidstone. Picture @UKSnow_updates

Snow in Maidstone. Picture: @UKSnow_updates

Snow has accumulated in parts of Kent. Picture KCCHighways

Snow has accumulated in parts of Kent. Picture: KCCHighways

Primary road routes were gritted overnight and drivers have been advised to take extra care.

Widespread and hard frost is due to start by tomorrow morning.

Have you got snow on the ground where you are? Send us your pictures to news@thekmgroup.co.uk

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