Huntingdonshire motorists urged to take extra care as ice warning is issued

16:37 23 January 2014

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Motorists in Huntingdonshire are being urged to take extra care as the Met Office issues an ice warning.

Weather forecasters believe their is a high risk of ice forming on roads and pavements tonight (Thursday) and tomorrow morning.

The Met Office chief forecaster said: “Following showers on Thursday afternoon and evening, some wintry, temperatures will fall quite quickly to bring the risk of icy stretches, especially on untreated surfaces.”

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