The yellow warning for this week’s weather report has been extended until Friday following reports from the Met Office that Nottingham is to expect heavy snow.
A yellow warning means that the likelihood of snow is very high and the public should be aware of likely changes to rail schedules and road traffic.
Police are urging people to look after their elderly and vulnerable neighbours to make sure they’re safe, warm and well as the cold weather hits.
Snow and ice is expected between 1am on Wednesday, January 30 through until the following day.
The weather forecast for today, [Tuesday, January 29] into tonight, is as follows:
Two degrees, cloudy, 10 per cent chance of rainfall.
Two degrees, light showers, 40 per cent chance.
Two degrees, light rain, 60 per cent chance.
Two degrees, heavy rain, 90 per cent chance.
Two degrees, sleet shower, 70 per cent chance.
Two degrees, heavy snow, 80 per cent chance.
One degree, sleet shower, 60 per cent chance.
One degree, sleet shower, 50 per cent chance.
Two degrees, sleet shower, 50 per cent chance.
Two degrees, cloudy, 10 per cent chance.
One degree, cloudy, 10 per cent chance.
One degree, cloudy, greater than 5 per cent chance.
Zero degrees, cloudy, greater than 5 per cent chance.
Zero degrees, partly cloudy night, greater than 5 per cent chance.
For more information on how your area may be affected, please visit: https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast/gcrjm8jf7#?date=2019-01-29.