Posted: Fri 5th Dec 2014

Yellow Warning: Met Office issue alert in Flintshire over possible ice on untreated roads tonight

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, Dec 5th, 2014

The Met Office are warning people today, Friday 5th December 2014 to take extra care on the roads this evening due to the risk from ice.

Icy stretches may form following showers and a drop in temperatures tonight, untreated surfaces could be a particular problem to motorists.

The Met Officers Chief Forecaster says:

“Showers will continue to affect the area into the first part of Friday night, some of which may be wintry on hills.
Meanwhile, road temperatures will be falling, and ice may form where surfaces are left wet or damp.”

Flintshire County Council, say gritters will be out tonight and into the early hours of the morning.

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