Snow and ice disrupts Hull and East Yorkshire motorists
Snow and ice is causing treacherous driving conditions in the Yorkshire Wolds and along the east coast this morning.
East Riding Council said it had gritted its main routes in the early hours of this morning but snowfall had been more extensive than forecast.
Several inches of snow fell overnight in the Driffield area and road surfaces are below freezing.
Temperatures have fallen as low as -4C at Garrowby, on the A166.
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The council said snow drifts and ice were causing problems across much of the county.
John Skidmore, of the council, said: "We did a full treatment of the main network at 2.30am. There's a shift change now and the guys will be going out again in 20 minutes' time.
"However, snow is sticking to treated network even where we have salt on."
Snow showers are expected to continue across East Yorkshire into the afternoon.
Wintry showers and sleet are forecast for Hull this evening.
A Met Office severe weather warning is in place until 11am.
Part of Woodmansey School has been closed because of a heating failure.
Updated 11am. More to follow ...