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Snow could return to Sussex as cold snap brings ice
11:55am Monday 4th February 2013 in News
Sussex could again be blanketed in snow as the county is hit with another cold snap.
Temperatures are expected to drop to about 1 or 2 degrees celsius on Tuesday morning (February 5).
The plummeting mercury means areas such as Uckfield and Crawley could see some snow showers at about 9am.
Coastal areas are more likely to see sleet, according to the Met Office, although the same was predicted when northern parts of Brighton saw heavy snowfall in January.
There is a yellow weather warning for ice with overnight rain freezing.
The Met Office is warning of "icy stretches on roads and pavements".
It is likely to feel even colder with strong winds and gusts of up to 45mph.
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