Drivers have been urged to plan earlier than they journey because the yellow climate warning for the West Midlands has been prolonged.
The warning for snow stays in place right this moment (Weds, Dec 30) after components of Birmingham, the Black Country and Worcestershire were transformed into winter wonderland scenes on Monday and Tuesday.
Motorists had been advised to plan forward amid the potential for site visitors disruption on the area’s roads.
The climate warning, which is in place for a lot of the nation, was set to final from 6pm tonight till 2pm on Thursday.
West Midlands Roads warned: “There stays a Met Workplace climate warning for snow within the West Midlands from 6pm tonight till 2pm tomorrow (Thursday, Dec 31).
“With the potential for disruption please make sure you plan forward earlier than setting off.”
The day was set for a frosty begin with icy surfaces and a ‘few lingering fog patches’, in line with the Met Workplace forecast.
It was set to be principally dry by means of the day, with some sunny spells. Wintry showers had been anticipated, with outbreaks of snow or sleet additionally predicted.
Wednesday evening was set to convey frosty temperatures of -3C.
The Met Workplace warned of journey disruption, with railways prone to be affected and longer journeys by way of the roads.
The forecast learn: “Some roads and railways prone to be affected with longer journey instances by highway, bus and practice companies.”
There have been additionally set to be gentle outbreaks of snow by means of the morning going into Thursday (Dec 31).