Weather warning as Cornwall sees some snow flurries
Cornwall woke up to a crisp morning with a dusting of snow in many parts of the Duchy, as the Met Office issue a yellow 'be aware' weather warning for the region.
The Exeter-based weather agency has warned of northeasterly gales bringing snow and a freezing chill to the south west, and added that the public should be prepared for disruption to travel.
Some parts of Devon have been warned to expect as much as 7cm of snow.
Cornish flurries have been spotted in St Dennis, Redruth, Camborne, Hayle, Mullion, Porthtowan , Camelford and Launceston.
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Temperatures are due to hover at around zero for most of Monday, dipping to 1 or 2 degrees below on Tuesday.
After that, milder weather is due to return through the rest of the week with temperatures back up to 6 degrees on Wednesday and as high as 10 on Friday.
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