Amber warning of snow - North Lincolnshire prepared for predicted snow fall
The Met Office has issued an amber warning for North Lincolnshire for snow tonight (Sunday, January 13)
An area of sleet and snow will spread across the region and there will be some accumulation.
The public are advised to monitor the forecast and to be aware of the risk of disruption to travel.
Ice will be an additional hazard at first on Monday morning.
Tomorrow will be very cloudy and cold with snow spreading from the north during the day.
Councillor Nigel Sherwood, cabinet member for highways and neighbourhoods, said: "The gritters were out yesterday and last night as well.
"It is better to be safe than sorry so they went out twice over the last 24 hours.
"If the forecast is saying temperatures will be freezing, they will be out tonight.
"We are all prepared and ready to go.
"All snow ploughs are in place and all vehicles are in place."
Matt Buckley, snow warden for Winterton, said: "We are prepared for snow fall all year round.
"We have improved year on year in readiness.
"Last year we had three grit boxes and now we have five.
"We put a small budget aside to help with severe weather conditions and have 10 snow shovels to help residents."