Snow sign of spring as Hull and East Yorkshire faces more winter weather this weekend
Hull and the East Riding is facing yet more snow this weekend.
Much of Britain is braced for a bleak weekend and a swathe of weather warnings have been issued.
But while East Yorkshire is expected to escape the worst of the blizzard conditions, snow showers are forecast throughout the whole of Saturday, with the heaviest falls in the early hours.
Temperatures will hover around freezing but the wind chill will make it feel as cold as -6C.
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Will Lang, Chief Forecaster at the Met Office, said: "While it is not unusual to see snow in March, the cold weather we have seen has been quite prolonged.
"The next period of wintry weather has some uncertainty at this stage regarding where the worst of the snow will be so it is essential to watch for updates to severe weather warnings.
"People should be prepared for further disruption as we head through the next few days."
• One flood alert remains in place today for the lower River Derwent catchment around Pocklington.
• Update: Council planning for 5cm of snow