Met Office hour-by-hour forecast with temperatures dropping to -6°C and a snow warning

Met Office hour-by-hour forecast with temperatures dropping to -6°C and a snow warning

Temperatures in Devon and Cornwall could drop to -6C overnight, while snow could fall in parts of the region. Scattered wintry rain is likely to affect parts of Cornwall and Devon at times over the next 24 hours, the Met Office has warned.

The Met Office has now issued a weather warning for iRain and snow showers, which could lead to some difficult travel conditions during Thursday morning. The warning covers all of Cornwall and small parts of North Devon.

The weather warning is in effect from 10pm tonight and continues until 11am Thursday morning. The warning says that sSome roads and railways are likely to be affected by longer journey times across road, bus and train services, there will likely be some icy patches on some roads, pavements and untreated cycle paths and some injuries resulting from slips and falls on icy surfaces

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Met Office spokesman Stephen Dixon said: “There is a possibility that a low pressure band will pass across the south coast, places like Cornwall and the highlands. So there is a small chance of snow showers in these areas near the south coast of England tomorrow.” .

“The Division will sweep Plymouth, South Cornwall and other areas along the Channel on Wednesday and Thursday and may bring cloud, rain and sleet to these areas with a very small chance of snow across Dartmoor and other high ground… I don’t think anyone should be Very excited. “This doesn’t seem likely.”

Met Office weather maps show a chance of light snow around Bude at 7am tomorrow, Bodmin Moor around 8.30am, then Dartmoor around midday. But only about 0.5 mm of snow is expected to fall at most.

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