Severe weather warning issued for Britain until 6 p.m., according to the UK snow tracker.

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Severe weather warning issued for Britain until 6 p.m., according to the UK snow tracker.

A severe weather warning is in effect today, with up to 15cm of snow expected in some parts of the country.

The National Highways Service has issued a severe weather warning for the North of England and the West Midlands until 6 p.m. today.

Road users planning to travel through the affected areas should check the weather forecast and road conditions before setting out.

We’ve issued a severe weather warning for heavy snow in the North of England and the West Midlands today until 6pm. Stay (hashtag)WeatherAware by following @metoffice and staying up to date with the forecast. https:t.coPOnhUXHdCE pic.twitter.comBVmNnED01j

Road users should plan ahead of time for their journeys and consider taking the A69 as an alternative route.

This morning, heavy (hashtag)snow is causing some issues in the UK’s north.

The A66 in north England is closed as stranded vehicles are recovered, according to National Highways. pic.twitter.comiE8AE6IZfu

Even though the sun is shining, the Met Office predicts bitterly cold temperatures today.

According to the forecast, “blustery wintry showers” will bring the risk of ice in some areas, so motorists should exercise caution when out on the roads.

u26a0ufe0f On (hashtag)FridayMorning, blustery wintry showers will bring the risk of ice in some areas.

u2614 Later, in the southwest, more persistent rain and sleet arrives.

ud83dudcc9 Cold in the wind, even when the sun shines pic.twitter.combmikjNFwCT

From London, good morning.

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