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Met Office issue yellow weather warning for ice in Kent

Weather experts have issued a yellow warning for ice across the county from tonight.

Icy stretches across Kent are likely to bring some travel disruption for commuters and gritters will be out this evening.

KMTV reveals what we can expect

Temperatures are set to drop below zero from midnight tonight and the yellow warning has been issued until 10am tomorrow.

There is set to be a mix of rain and hail showers, with possible snow on higher ground and paths and pavements are likely to be slippery in the morning.

Kent County Council's gritters will be out in force this evening covering main routes and motorists are being warned to take extra care on untreated roads.

Commuters are being advised to check train timetables in the morning to see if services have been affected.

Pedestrians are also being reminded to take care as paths as they could be covered in ice.

Commuters could face delays tomorrow as a yellow weather warning for ice has been issued. Stock picture: Gary Browne
Commuters could face delays tomorrow as a yellow weather warning for ice has been issued. Stock picture: Gary Browne

A yellow warning means people should plan ahead to think about their journeys and the Met Office says it is monitoring the developing weather situation and advise people to keep an eye out on the latest forecasts and be aware the weather may change or worsen.

For all the forecasts, warnings and weather related news, click here

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