Warnings of ice across London amid plummeting temperatures

It is predicted that surfaces may become icy in places on Sunday night (November 28) and early Monday (November 29). 

It is predicted that surfaces may become icy in places on Sunday night (November 28) and Monday morning (November 29) - Credit: PA

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning amid icy conditions, as temperatures across the capital look set to reach lows of –2 degrees overnight.  

Starting from 3pm today - November 28 - and ending tomorrow morning at 10am, forecasters predict surfaces “may become icy in places” across London and south east England.   

People have been warned of the increased risk of slips and falls should surfaces become icy and of icy patches on untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.  

It is predicted that the icy surfaces will make for difficult travel. 


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