UK snow forecast: Warning for flurries to hit Britain today after Storm Eunice

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The Met Office has issued a warning for snow in Britain today in the aftermath of Storm Eunice.

The yellow warning covers parts of northern England and the Midlands, and is in place from 11am until 3pm.

It states: “A short period of heavy snow may cause some temporary disruption on roads, mainly across higher ground such as the Peak District.”

The national weather agency adds some roads and railways will likely be affected with longer journey times.

It comes after the second-named storm in as many days saw record-breaking 122mph winds hit England yesterday – stronger than those which struck during the Great Storm in 1987.

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