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Cold weather alert issued as heavy snow predicted to sweep across Sussex
Weather forecasters have upgraded their alert for Sussex, as severe cold weather, icy conditions and heavy snow are expected to sweep across the county.
Snowy showers are due to start early this evening and light snow showers are expected to continue throughout the day tomorrow, Monday.
This morning the Met Office's weather warning was upgraded from yellow to amber.
Three to five centimetres are expected to fall on the south coast. If the forecasters are right it will be the first time snow has hit the south coast in March since 2006.
Dan Williams, from The Met Office, said: “There’s a potential for some disruption.
“Sleet is expected to turn to snow as the temperatures drop on Sunday and this is expected to affect the rush hour on Monday morning.
“There may be enough snow for a snowman if you’re lucky.”
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