Met Office warns of snow for Yorkshire and Humber tomorrow (Wednesday, February 13)
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for snow in the region tomorrow (Wednesday, February 13), which means residents should be prepared for the possibility of snow.
Forecasts show that sleet and snow will spread across the region, with up to 2cm to 4cm of snow, expected at lower levels.
Latest Met Office forecasts show that heavy snow will hit Scunthorpe tomorrow at 6pm.
This will continue through the night, when it will turn to sleet.
The Met Office warn that the public should be aware of the risk of disruptions, particularly transport.
There are currently no warnings in place for today (Tuesday, February 12), although temperatures are set to drop below freezing tonight.
Reports say an earlier lane closure on the M180 eastbound between Junction 2, A161 (Woodhouse) and Junction 3, M181 (Scunthorpe), is now open again.
This was due to an earlier broken--down vehicle.