Huntingdonshire set for icy winds after Met Office issue a yellow alert.

PUBLISHED: 14:54 16 January 2018 | UPDATED: 15:03 16 January 2018

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The temperature across Huntingdonshire is set to plunge tomorrow evening (Wednesday), as the Met Office warns of Storm Ffion.

A yellow warning of wind for the East of England has been issued by the Met Office with a warning of icy winds.

Forecasters have said that temperatures are expected to be ‘close to freezing’ and that transport could be affected.

A yellow alert is usually triggered when the temperature is set to fall two degrees below normal temperature for more than two days.

This is the second weather warning this year, after parts of Huntingdonshire were badly affected by Storm Eleanor earlier this month.

There is currently no snow predicted for Cambridgeshire.

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