Snow warning for Devon and Cornwall cancelled as Met Office revises forecast with weekend of rain
The Met Office has cancelled its snow warning for the Westcountry – just 24 hours after it was issued.
The yellow warning, which advises the public to be aware of the risks posed by snow, was issued from early on Sunday in Devon before hitting Cornwall on Monday.
The Exeter-based agency revised its forecast this afternoon saying weather patterns had changed, meaning the band of snow is likely to hit the Midlands but go no further.
Instead, Devon and Cornwall can expected more rain throughout the weekend and into early next week.
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