YET another weather warning has been issued after snowfall in Somerset.

The Met Office has issued the 'yellow' warning for ice across most of the south of England, including the West Country.

Temperatures are set to drop to lows of minus two degrees Celsius overnight.

The warning comes following a series of other alerts, including a more serious 'amber' warning for snow and ice earlier this week.

The warning, which is in place from 4pm on Saturday, until 11am tomorrow morning, states icy stretches on roads could be hazardous, as well as on pavements and cycle paths.

It added there's an 'increased likelihood' of accidents and injuries.

A spokesman said: "Most areas will be dry on Saturday although some wintry showers will continue to affect East Anglia.

"After dark, temperatures will fall rapidly and untreated wet surfaces, particularly those where snow has partly melted and then refreezes, will become very icy."