Temperatures drop, bringing snow and ice warnings, but it doesn’t mean we’ll have a white Christmas


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Ellen Manning

Parts of Britain could be in line for a white Christmas, with a cold snap starting this week.

The Met Office has forecast ice and freezing temperatures for Monday, and some parts of the country already had two inches of snow on Sunday night.

A yellow weather warning was in place for parts of the country on Monday, with the Met Office warning that temperatures would plummet “widely below zero”, leading to icy stretches on the roads and up to 2cm of snow.

The lowest minimum temperature was recorded at Kinbrace in the Scottish Highlands, where the mercury dropped to -3.6C.

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