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Snow has started to fall in York as the city braces for more cold weather.

A yellow warning for snow has been issued by the Met Office until 6am tomorrow (Friday, February 9).

The agency warns that disruption is likely on the roads and railways while the warning is in place.

Meanwhile, snow has started to lie on higher ground in North Yorkshire.

North Yorkshire Council’s weather cameras show starting to settle at Blakey Ridge, Sutton Bank and Greenhow Hill.

 

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