The Met Office has issued a yellow (be aware) weather warning for Huntingdonshire
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The people of Huntingdonshire woke up to a light flurry of snow this morning and there is more on the way.
The Met office has issued a yellow (be aware) weather warning for the area and says further flurries are expected along with a north-easterly wind that will make it feel even colder.
Remaining cloudy, with occasional outbreaks of light snow inland, and patchy rain or sleet along windward coasts. Northerly wind, generally light inland but brisk along the coast. Widespread inland frost. Minimum temperature -1 °C.
Showers, these mainly confined to eastern areas and falling as snow inland, but sleet or snow near the coast. Drier across the west, with sunny intervals. Breezy, feeling cold everywhere. Maximum temperature 4 °C.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
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- 3 Fire safety warning as Met Office warns second heatwave on way
- 4 No water relief for depleted rivers and reservoirs with another heatwave forecast
- 5 Ramsey students crowned winners in science competition
- 6 Home of the Week
- 7 Police officer speaks out after violent assault left bleed on brain
- 8 'Risk of injury' - Aldi recalls product due to safety fears
- 9 Dancers Jive, tango and have fun at the Illumination Dance Masquerade Ball
- 10 Family pay tribute to 'hard worker' father killed in A14 crash
Weather becoming less cold but markedly more uncertain. Sunday starting dry, but cloud and rain arrives later. Monday spells of rain are possible. Tuesday dry and sunny. Overnight frosts continuing.