Two day snow warning for Plymouth, Devon and Cornwall
THE MET office has issued a two-day snow warning for the whole country.
The yellow warning, which advises the public to be aware of the risks posed by snow, runs from early on Sunday morning to late Monday night.
A band of rain spreading from the South West to the rest of the country may turn to sleet and snow, the Met Office said.
There is also the potential for up to 10cm of snow in some places.
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Dan Williams from the Met Office said: "There is a warning for snow, however it is a general warning for the whole of England and Wales on Monday and Tuesday.
"There is a front coming in on Saturday which may bring in some colder air, which means that rain may fall as snow in some areas.
"There is a lot of uncertainty about the forecast, but we may see some snow in the South West, particularly on higher ground such as Exmoor and Dartmoor."
Dan added: "Temperatures will stay pretty consistent for tomorrow, Saturday and Sunday, but the snow and sleet may cause some disruption which people should be aware of."