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Met Office's new yellow warning for Birmingham as city faces -5°C big freeze

Birmingham Mail logo Birmingham Mail 28/11/2021 Ben Perrin
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The Met Office has issued a new yellow weather warning for Birmingham and the West Midlands.

Temperatures could plummet to feel as low as -5°C overnight as the big freeze sweeps across the region.

The yellow warning for ice runs from 3pm today, Sunday, November 28, to 10am tomorrow, Monday, November 29.

READ MORE: Met Office reveals exact time snow forecast in Birmingham and West Midlands today

The warning comes after heavy snow and Storm Arwen battered the region on Saturday, with more flurries today in Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield and Burntwood and Cannock in Staffordshire.

Yellow weather warning issued for Birmingham and the West Midlands © Met Office Yellow weather warning issued for Birmingham and the West Midlands

Video: Met Office Friday morning weather: Storm Arwen to bring disruption to the UK (Birmingham Mail)

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The Met Office said: "Surfaces may become icy in places on Sunday night and early Monday, making for tricky travel.

"Probably some icy patches on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths, making accidents more likely and journey times longer.

"Icy surfaces likely, increasing the risk of slips and falls."

Issuing a forecast, the Met Office added: "Cloud and rain quickly moving south through the evening, leaving clear skies behind.

"Temperatures dropping off under these clear intervals, with a widespread, locally sharp, frost soon developing. Minimum temperature -5 °C."

And for Monday, it added: "Very chilly to begin with some hazy sunshine. Remaining dry with occasional sunny spells, the best of these in the east. Still feeling rather cold through the day. Maximum temperature 6 °C."

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