DESPITE the snowfall in much of Worcestershire having now stopped, a weather warning remains in place until tonight.

The Met Office's yellow weather warning for snow and ice is in place until 11.55pm tonight, having been issued at just after midnight.

The weather service has said: "Snow showers are likely to continue throughout Sunday, with an increased chance that longer spells of snow will affect some areas.

"Southern and eastern regions look most vulnerable overnight and early on Sunday and then south-western areas of England and south Wales into the daytime."

It went on to say that separate amber warnings are in force for certain areas "most likely to see disruption" - with heavier snow largely confined to southwest England.

The Met Office also warned about the dangers of damaged trees and other structures and said travel delays on roads, as well as rail and air travel, are likely.