Plymouth braced for winter
COUNCIL gritters will be out in Plymouth tonight as the Westcountry braces itself for a blast of winter.
The Met Office has issued an amber weather warning for Devon and Cornwall.
A bout of severe weather, with the potential for snow, is due to hit around midnight with particular disruption possible in Devon.
This may see snow on higher ground, potentially causing disruption in areas such as Haldon Hill near Exeter, police said.
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There will be patchy rain and drizzle for a time this afternoon but becoming drier towards evening. Mainly dry for a time overnight, but a
A band of rain was expected to move in from the west around 9pm today with the risk of sleet and snow, some heavier during the early hours.
The rain will ease away tomorrow morning.
The Met Office was expecting that the overnight falls would be mainly sleet, but that heavier bursts around 3-6am could see some snow at low levels giving a temporary slushy covering.