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Snow across the Midlands with temperatures remaining around freezing





The Stratford district woke to find the first snowball-worthy covering of snow this winter.

Herald photographer Mark Williamson was up early to capture some of the magical scenes.

Final flurries are expected this evening, according to the Met Office.

Temperatures remain low, with a maximum of 1°C today and -4°C expected in the early hours of Monday. There was a yellow warning of snow and ice in place, and that road travel should be avoided.

Make the most of the snow fun though, as higher temperatures of 3°C tomorrow (Monday) and rain on Tuesday look set to turn our wintry wonderland into slushy mudland pretty sharpish.



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