Kent set to be hit by more snow as Met Office issues severe weather warning
Drivers are warned to
take extra care (file picture)
The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for freezing
temperatures and possible snow in Kent over the weekend.
Forecasters issued the early alert as temperatures are set to
take a tumble overnight.
A band of rain heading from the south west could turn to snow
and sleet on Sunday and Monday.
The county will see lows of 1C over the weekend before
temperatures are set to drop below freezing in many places on
The Met Office said wintry showers are expected - particularly
in the east of the county - and ice will increasingly become a
It said people should be aware of possible disruption to
Last month, Southeastern commuters faced heavy disruption and
cancellations as snow affected rail services.
Many schools were closed for at least one day because of hazards
caused by the white stuff.
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