Weather and traffic update: 9.30am, Saturday, January 26
North Lincolnshire residents woke up this morning (Saturday, January 26) to at least a few centimetres of snow - after the region was hit with further bad weather overnight.
Light snow started falling at around 7.30pm last night (Friday, January 25) and this gradually became heavier, starting around 9pm and continuing into the night.
The Highways Agency is reminding motorists to take care when travelling, due to the snowy conditions on the region's roads.
Humberside Police is also reminding drivers to make sure they have cleared their windows and lights of snow, before they set out on their journeys.
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Sgt James Main, from Humberside Police, tweeted: "Amazed at number of drivers who are traveling & hardly cleared windows/lights of snow, how would you feel if you seriously injured someone?
Reports say the A159 Ashby Road/Burringham Road in Scunthorpe remains busy this morning.
The Met Office forecast shows today will be sunny, through to 9pm this evening, with rain expected overnight.