Snow falls are expected to cause problems across Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England as warnings of further flooding are issued.
Met Eireann has predicted a bitter week ahead as persistent rain showers are expected to plummet down across the nation this Friday after days of snow, sleet and hail showers.
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Chilly still on Thursday, with a spell of rain clearing into the afternoon. Once again this weekend our incident rooms have been open overnight monitoring river levels and issuing flood alerts and warnings as needed.
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"Some places are likely to see 1-3 cm of snow, mainly above 200 m, with 4-8 cm possible over the higher ground in northwest England, Wales and west Scotland".
Rain and snow were expected to push north and east across the country "before giving way to some brighter weather" across the south and west of Britain later in the day, Mr Petagna said.
"Rain and hill snow will move eastwards late Wednesday evening and during the early hours of Thursday".
The warnings were issued yesterday as large areas of South Wales and the English Midlands continue to battle extensive flooding and massive clear-up operations have started where water levels have fallen.
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There is also a yellow warning for snow covering much of central and southern Scotland on Monday. "Some snow accumulations will also occur", states the warning which will come into effect at 6am on Tuesday and remain in place until 9am on Wednesday.
Met Office meteorologist Aidan McGivern has the forecast.
The Local Government Association said local authorities were reminding residents to check on elderly neighbours and relatives. Our teams have also been out on the ground operating our flood defences, clearing grids, removing blockages and maintaining river flows.
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