Police urge for extra caution on roads following serious collisions on Saturday
The North Wales Roads Policing Team has pleaded with drivers to try and make Sunday a “no casualty day.”
Officers say they have dealt with multiple incidents on Saturday, including a serious collision involving two motorcycles, a separate collision involving a child, and another where a female sustained serious injuries.
With the weather forecasts predicting more warm and sunny days ahead, there is an expectation of increased traffic on the roads; police are urging all road users to be extra vigilant.
In a heartfelt plea, the police asked, “Any chance we could all try to make tomorrow a no-casualty day? Please stay safe on the roads.”
The Met Office has forecast that an ‘Iberian plume’ will hit the country this weekend, bringing with it temperatures up to 25°C in Flintshire.
Next week marks the first full week of meteorological autumn and coincides with the reopening of many schools.
The warmer weather comes as a pleasant surprise for many in the UK who have been experiencing a rather wet and chilly summer.
Locally, sunny weather and higher temperatures are forecast to last throughout the forthcoming week. Spotted something? Got a story? Send a Facebook Message | A direct message on Twitter | Email: News@Deeside.com