Temperatures plummet across Huntingdonshire

09:42 17 January 2013

The temperature dropped to -9C in Old Hurst.

The temperature dropped to -9C in Old Hurst.

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TEMPERATURES across Huntingdonshire plummeted overnight.

Hunts Post content editor Catherine Bell took a photograph of her car’s thermometer in Old Hurst this morning, where it was -9C.

The Met Office forecast for the Huntingdon area suggests temperatures today will not rise above 0C. Icy roads will be made worse this evening by fog.

Warnings are in place for snow, expected in the early hours of tomorrow (Friday) and into the evening, with forecasters predicting icy conditions throughout the weekend.

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