Yellow warning for ice and snow in North Wales as councils prepare for hazardous conditions


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A yellow warning for snow and ice is in place from 12.05am on Friday through until 6pm on Saturday. The Met Office is warning that heavy snow showers may cause some disruption to some services.

Denbighshire County Council is reassuring residents that it is prepared for the wintry weather predicted for later this week.

The Council’s highways team is geared up and will be gritting the county’s roads when freezing temperatures are predicted.  The Council has salt stocks at its three depots and teams will be working around the clock to keep the main A and B roads open, as well as roads connecting villages.   The team is also receiving regular, detailed weather forecasts and will respond if there are any unexpected changes to weather forecasts or any significant snowfall.

Highway teams in Flintshire and Conwy are also preparing for bad weather, Flintshire council have been gritting road since early October. Conwy Council have also prepared by posting information on their website you can keep update with any road or school closures in Denbighshire here –www.denbighshire.gov.uk

Please continue monitoring weather forecasts on Sound Radio Wales on our Smartphone website and television, and online, as well as in the local press and social media.

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