Drivers face fresh challenge as icy conditions continue
DRIVERS face fresh challenges today as temperatures continue to dip below freezing in North Lincolnshire.
It has been another sub-zero start for the region, with freezing fog and icy conditions on the roads.
The frosty start makes for picturesque surroundings, but brings with it treacherous conditions for those driving.
But it seems drivers are paying heed to safety warnings, as Humberside Police received no reports of any accidents last night or this morning.
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The Met Office warned of freezing temperatures last night, which have continued through to this morning as low as -3 degrees Celsius.
The dense fog has also made visibility poor, meaning that extra care should be taken behind the wheel.
Although the fog is expected to thin throughout the day, temperatures are expected to dip to -1 degrees Celsius by 6pm, with some fog still affecting parts of North Lincolnshire.
Drivers are being urged to check their vehicles before travelling and take extra care on the roads when driving.