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Met Office issues warning for Midlands, including Lincolnshire and Rutland

Lincolnshire could face snow later this week.

The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for snow affecting a large section of the Midlands from 3am on Thursday to 3am on Friday, including all but the coastline of the county, and Rutland.

They say there could be up to 2cm at low levels, 2-5cm at around 200m, and 10-20cm at 400m.

The warning shows most of Lincolnshire could face snow.
The warning shows most of Lincolnshire could face snow.

The post has already prompted warnings from other organisations, including National Highways East Midlands, who have called on motorists to be prepared.

They advise motorists to plan journeys in advance, pack winter kits, and follow driving guidelines during severe weather.

They emphasise the importance of maintaining a safe distance, adapting driving in challenging conditions, and cooperating with gritters on the road.

The organisation's guidance aims to ensure smooth and secure travel, with additional support provided by traffic officers and control room teams throughout the year.

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