February 10, 2020 2.26 pm This story is over 19 months old

Imminent snow warning issued for Lincolnshire

We’ve had the wind. It’s time for snow.

The Met Office has put out a severe yellow weather warning for snow across parts of Lincolnshire from the afternoon of Monday, February 10.

Forecasters say patchy snow will fall between 2pm and 7pm and could cause some disruption.

Some roads and railways could potentially be affected with longer journey times by road and rail.

A band of snow appears to be working its way across the county. Map: Met Office

At the time of writing, the warning area covers Lincoln and the south of the county.

On the Lincolnshire coast, some communities have already had a light dusting.

Ingoldmells was one of the first places to see the first snow of 2020

Current forecasts from the BBC indicate that some snow could fall between 3pm and 4pm, but that the remainder of the day will mostly see rain.

It comes a day after Storm Ciara hit the county, bringing down trees and damaging buildings.

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