Wind, rain and now ice as Met Office warn of slippery surfaces in Sussex overnight

Wind, rain and now ice as Met Office warn of slippery surfaces in Sussex overnight

Wind, rain and now ice as Met Office warn of slippery surfaces in Sussex overnight

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Icy stretches are being forecast for Sussex as skies begin to clear.

The county has been battered by gale force and winds for the past few weeks but now the Met Office has issued a new warning for ice.

A spokesman said: "As skies clear and winds ease, icy stretches are expected to form in parts of Scotland later this evening and in some other parts before Sunday morning. 

"The public should be aware of possible slippery surfaces to start the day on Sunday."

The warning is from 8pm tonight until 10am tomorrow morning and covers East and West Sussex.

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