Snow expected for East Yorkshire
Up to 10cm of snow is expected to fall across East Yorkshire tomorrow morning.
Forecasts show that a band of snow from the west will hit the region at 10am Wednesday morning, increasing at lunchtime, and turning to rain during the afternoon.
Around 2 to 4cm of snow is forecast on lower grounds, whilst as much as 10cm is expected on higher grounds.
East Riding Council's 17-strong gritter fleet have treated the roads this evening, and will be salted again at 8am Wednesday morning.
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John Skidmore, head of streetscene services at the local authority said: "The council is continuing to monitor the weather conditions closely and will respond in accordance with its winter maintenance plan.
"The council has healthy stocks at its barns and, as well as treating the network in advance of the forecast snow, will also fit its gritting fleet with their ploughs to clear roads as needed.
"High pedestrian areas will also be treated and cleared where necessary, although warmer temperatures forecast for the end of the week will likely see whatever snow accumulations fall thaw rapidly."
For further information about severe weather visit the severe weather advice and guidance page on the council's website or follow @ER_roads on Twitter.