Yellow warnings remained in place today across Shropshire for snow, while ice warnings were announced for the north of the region, including Oswestry and Newport.
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The Met Office has forecast snow from 6pm today, through to 2pm tomorrow - warning that some roads and railways are likely to be affected.
The ice warning is in place from 6pm this afternoon until 10am tomorrow.
The @metoffice say it's been the coldest night of the #winter so far & the joint coldest of 2020 🥶❄️— West Midlands Ambulance Service #HelpUsHelpYou (@OFFICIALWMAS) December 30, 2020
Whether you're heading out on foot or by 🚚🚙🚲🏍 please go steady as icy conditions are affecting many parts of the West Midlands. pic.twitter.com/6sUcYEv8uM
See the latest forecast from The Met Office here:
A flood warning today remains in place for the River Severn at Quatford - with flooding expected and immediate action required.
Meanwhile, flood alerts are in place for the River Sow and River Penk and the River Severn in Shropshire and Worcestershire.