Snow, wind and rain in East Yorkshire one week after sunshine and soaring temperatures
Commuters are facing difficult driving conditions as heavy rain, sleet and strong winds hit the region.
It comes a week after East Yorkshire enjoyed sunshine, blue skies and temepratues of more than 20C.
Traffic is slow traffic this morning on the A166 between the A614 junction in Driffield and the B1248 junction in Wetwang.
There are strong winds on the M62 and the Ouse Bridge near the Goole and Howden exits and traffic has been slowed to 50mph.
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On the B1362, a fallen tree has been removed but is causing a slight backlog in traffic near Halsham and Burstwick.
Another fallen tree is partially blocking traffic in both directions on East Dale Road in Melton.
In Hull, Ings Road is also partially blocked near the junction with James Reckitt Avenue because of a fallen tree.
The Met Office issued a severe weather warning for parts of East Yorkshire.
The 'yellow' warning, which means 'be aware', was for rain which is expected to turn to snow on high ground.
Forecasters said 2cm to 5cm of snow was likely in places, mainly above around 200m with as much as 10 to 15cm possible above 300m.
Little, if any, snow is expected to accumulate on roads and pavements below 200m however, it will be very windy and cloudy with a maximum daytime temperatures of 6C.
Tonight, the temperature will drop as low as -1C and there will be widespread frost.
Tomorrow predicted to bring a frosty but bright start to the day, which will be dry with plenty of sunshine but cold with a maximum temperature of 8C.