Spate of early morning road accidents but Scunthorpe area spared heavy snow
Light snow showers and outbreak of sleet and rain are predicted for the North Lincolnshire area today (Tuesday, February 5) although the area escaped any major falls overnight.
Forecasts are expecting it to be very windy this morning with gales in places and scattered snow showers.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for snow and ice in the region.
This means the public should be aware of possible disruption.
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There will be some sunny spells for a while, before the cloud increases and outbreaks of rain, sleet and hill snow will arrive this afternoon.
Temperatures are expected to reach 5C.
The Humber Bridge has a 30mph speed limit in place this morning due to strong winds
There are no reported school closures.
Delays of up to 20 minutes were reported at the Hemswell roundabout connecting with the B1398 Kirton Lindsey road.
There was also early morning trouble with the traffic lights on Queensway/Old Brumby Street/East Common Lane Junction in Scunthorpe.
A broken down car in outside lane of the Queensway was also causing some delays for motorists.
There were two accidents reported on the A15 between Barnetby Top and the Humber Bridge at Barton early today.