Hull motorists warned to prepare for snow
Drivers in Hull and the East Riding are being warned to check traffic conditions before setting off overnight and tomorrow with forecasts of up to two inches of snow.
The Highways Agency has been advised of potential hazardous driving conditions by the Met Office.
Chris Holehouse of the Highways Agency said: "We are not anticipating any particular problems and will be monitoring and using salt to treat the network as we do routinely at this time of the year.
"However, snow showers can be highly localised and hard to predict so drivers have a key role to play in checking weather reports and planning for their journeys before leaving home."
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Up-to-date information on road conditions on England's motorways and trunk roads is available on the Highways Agency website at www.highways.gov.uk/traffic or by calling the Highways Agency Information Line at 0300 123 5000.
Traffic information is available on Twitter by following @HAtraffic_neast and @HAtraffic_yorks, with winter driving information on @winterhighways and on Facebook (facebook.com/winterhighways)