SNOW has been pictured this morning on top of the Malvern Hills after a weather warning was issued across the county.

The yellow weather warning for snow and ice was issued yesterday for Worcestershire by the Met Office.

In the picture, the peaks of the hills can be seen covered with snow in the distance.

The weather warning came into effect at 9pm yesterday (Monday, March 6) and is set to last until 10am today (Tuesday, March 7).

READ MORE: Met Office snow and ice warning

A spokesperson for the Met Office said: "A band of rain will edge southwards through the course of Monday evening and early Tuesday, this rain turning to snow on hills and perhaps to lower levels in places.

"Many areas will see little or no accumulations of snow, but one to two centimetres could settle in some spots, most likely over high ground and southern parts of the warning area.

"The rain and snow is then expected to turn light and patchy as it slowly clears southern England on Tuesday.

"As skies clear overnight, ice is also likely to form readily on untreated surfaces."

The Met Office warns that some snow could lead to difficult travel conditions in places.

Some roads and railways are likely to be affected with longer journey times by road, bus and train services.

People are also at risk of injuries from slips and falls on icy surfaces.

There is likely to be some icy patches on untreated roads, pavements, and cycle paths.

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