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First snow flurries of season set to fall into festive place

First snow flurries of season set to fall into festive place

The latest forecasts show up to 2cm falling across North Devon, and up to 5cm on higher ground.

The Met Office has issued a yellow snow warning for Cumbria from Friday through to Sunday, blizzard conditions are expected with up to 20cm of snow possible on higher ground, with gusty winds there will be some drifting causing travel disruption throughout the day, and giving rise to increased journey times. As a result people are also advised to be careful on icy roads and footpaths.

Most of the wintry showers will fall at night and snow is expected to gather on higher ground.

Conducted by RED C Research among 724 drivers, the survey found that ice on the roads and snow have the strongest negative impact on confidence amongst drivers: less than half (43%) of all drivers are confident driving in snow, while just over a third (35%) feel confident operating their vehicle with ice on the roads.

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A status yellow wind warning will also be hitting Donegal, as well as other Western counties including Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo, Clare and Kerry.

Storm Caroline is passing over us so it's going to be a blistery one.

The warning was released this evening after 4pm and is valid until tomorrow, Friday 8 December, at 6pm.

Road surface temperatures won't be as low as in recent cold spells, but they will be sub-zero in large parts of the county.

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The RSA posted a video on how to take care on the road in such conditions to their social media pages.

Donegal is set for a cold snap with wintry showers, snow and freezing temperatures which will continue into next week.

A chief forecaster for the Met Office said: "During winter weather which brings snow showers, it is not uncommon for snow amounts to vary considerably across short distances".

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