Posted: Tue 10th Jan 2017

Updated: Tue 10th Jan

Weather alert cancelled for Wednesday – but snow warning remains in place for Thursday and Friday

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017

UPDATE#4 (13:51)

The Met Office have reissued a ‘yellow’ be aware weather alert for Flintshire, initially put in place for Wednesday evening through to Thursday the yellow alert warned of strong winds and snow.

It has now been pushed back to Thursday from 12.o5am to  Friday 11.55pm as temperatures take a dip due to a cold Arctic blast which will bring snow to parts of the UK, there is now no warning in place for strong winds in the region.

The cold northerly winds will bring occasional snow showers throughout Thursday, there could be potential disruption to transport networks say the Met Office.

We could see 2-5 cm snow, with 10 cm possible above about 300 metres.


This Met Office video shows Jetstream bringing unsettled weather this week, moving southwards from midweek bringing cold Arctic air and the risk of snow

 



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