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Weather latest: Snow on its way for south-east London and north Kent
5:07pm Friday 11th January 2013 in News
WRAP up warm over the weekend and prepare for snow in the News Shopper area on Monday.
Wintry showers are expected to sweep the country this weekend, bringing up to four inches of snow.
The Met Office has issued a "yellow" warning of severe weather for the whole of southern England on Saturday.
Forecasters said the cold snap is likely to bring widespread ice as the AA warned 75 per cent of drivers were not prepared for conditions on the roads.
During the next few days, the mercury is expected to drop to minus 6C in some places.
Met Office spokeswoman Alexa Jones said a band of rain moving from west to east would begin to fall as sleet.
"Tomorrow (Saturday) there will be outbreaks of rain and sleet with some snow," she said. "This may linger in parts of southern England. On Sunday morning, these wintry showers might turn to light snow.”
The Met Office has warned of ice in the South on Sunday. It has issued a snow warning for the whole country on Monday, when most areas can expect a two-inch covering.
John Lee, a forecaster with Meteogroup, said temperatures were likely to remain low, reaching a minimum of minus 4C in some areas on Saturday night.
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