Snow settles again over borough as yellow Met Office warning remains

Gordon Dumpleton of Rosebery Way, Tring, sent in this stunning snap of snow over the Marsh Croft canal bridge
Gordon Dumpleton of Rosebery Way, Tring, sent in this stunning snap of snow over the Marsh Croft canal bridge

Many parts of Dacorum woke up to dusting of the white stuff this morning, as the Met Office’s yellow weather warning for the area continues to be in place.

A wintry mix of sleet and snow showers made their way into the region overnight, with the possibility of causing icy stretches on untreated surfaces. 
Snow accumulations of 1-3cm have occurred, though many places nearby will have missed the snow due to its showery nature.

An increasingly cold northeasterly wind is to affect eastern and central England, but the skies will brighten with some afternoon sunshine expected over Dacorum

later on.

Overnight, snow flurries will again affect the area, likely to leave another dusting in places by dawn with a minimum temperature of -1C.

Colder than average conditions will persist until the weekend, with widespread overnight frost, low daytime temperatures and cold winds, especially in the eastern region.

Regular photo contributor Gordon Dumpleton of Rosebery Way, Tring, sent in this stunning snap of snow over the Marsh Croft canal bridge – taken this morning.

Share your wintry pictures from the last few days with us by emailing them to thegazette@jpress.co.uk – they could appear on this website and in next week’s Gazette.

For latest updates visit www.metoffice.gov.uk.