A NORTHERN Arctic blast has brought snow to London today as the Met Office extends multiple yellow ice warnings until Friday.
The yellow warning for ice is in place for areas in Scotland, the East Midlands, Northeast England and the Yorkshire and Humber until 11am on Friday morning.
The severe weather could disrupt travel as these places could see nearly an inch of ‘slushy wet snow’, although this is likely to melt quickly.
Forecasters have warned of ‘a spell of unsettled weather’ on the way for much of the UK in the coming days – with rain showers and a possible mix of sleet and snow.
And the freezing conditions hit London and the south-east today, with residents in north-west London reporting “short-lived” snowfall this morning.
Meanwhile, a separate yellow warning for snow and ice is in force from midnight until 10am on Friday along the south-east coast – affecting areas in Kent, Essex and Norwich.
Read our UK weather blog below for the latest forecasts and updates…