Snow expected to cause disruption in Dorset tomorrow
Snow is expected to cause havoc in Dorset on Friday morning.
The Met Office has issued a weather warning for snow across the county, with the worst expected tomorrow morning.
Eddy Carroll, Met Office Chief Forecaster said: "The snow is expected to be heaviest through Friday morning, slowly weakening and clearing east during the second half of the day.
"Clearly there is the potential for significant disruption to people's plans. We should all keep up to date with the latest weather forecasts, advice from local agencies and be prepared to change our travel plans if necessary."
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The snow is expected to start from 3am tomorrow morning, and could potentially last for the entire day. However, the snow is likely to turn to rain on Friday evening.
Strong winds could cause blizzard conditions over high ground, but the Met Office are unsure about how severe the snow may be.
A Met Office spokesperson added: "Accumulations of more than 10cm of snow are possible in many parts, with the potential for some severe disruption.
"Currently there is a good deal of uncertainty about intensity of snow and how quickly it will turn to rain in the southwest."
Take a look at the latest weather report for Dorset.