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That first day of April is expected to bring last take a breath from the winter with weather warnings for snow and ice in parts of Great Britain.

The weather bureau published two yellow warnings for Friday:

• BUT warning for ice covers the northeast of England, east Scotland and Shetland until 10am, with possible travel disruption and injury from slips and falls
• BUT warning for snow and ice cover small part of south east of England until 10:00 including coastal areas of Suffolk, Essex and East of Kent

Two flood warnings and flood The Environmental Protection Agency issued a warning:

• “Expected” flooding at Coalhouse Point. on the River Thames in Essex
• Flood “possible” in areas between Putney Bridge and Teddington Dam in west london
• Not flood warnings or alerts in place for Scotland or Wales

Cold weather expected Friday night just 2C (35.6F) in London and Edinburgh with warmest temperature of 6C in Devon and Cornwall, and the coldest of 1C (33.8F) in Aberdeenshire and North Yorkshire.

Friday and Saturday temperatures are likely to reach 7C (44.6F) or 8C (46.4F), rising to 9C (48.2F) and 10C (50F) on Saturday.

This was announced by meteorologist Matty Box. of Friday weather: “It will be concentrated and there will be snow showers.

“These will be eastern and northern regions. of UK, which more likely to see showers of rain, sleet or snow.

That weather then it will improve over weekend, with some solar spells.

“The rains will become less frequent, but still with in chance of some winter rain in east coast and North Sea coast in especially on Saturday.

“There should to be honest amount of sunshine too.”

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