THE MET office has issued a yellow weather warning for ice, which will affect parts of Hampshire including Andover.

The Met Office has issued the warning from 3pm on Sunday (November 28) until 10am Monday (November 29).

Surfaces may become icy in places on Sunday night and early Monday morning, making it tricky to travel, the Met office has warned.

The Met Office tweeted: "An area of sleet and #snow continues to move southwards into central southern England this evening Many areas will see a slight covering of #uksnow with some places likely to see 1-2 cm Take care if you are travelling this evening Stay #WeatherAware."

The Met Office has said to expect some icey patches on untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths and warns this will make accidents and the risk of slips and falls more likely.

Bellow is a breakdown of what to expect tonight.

This Evening and Tonight:

Some outbreaks of rain, sleet and perhaps snow across western parts this evening. Otherwise it will be dry, with largely clear skies. Very cold, with a widespread frost forming overnight and patches of ice on untreated surfaces in the west. Minimum temperature -3 °C.


Dry and largely sunny with light winds, after a cold and frosty start. Cloud will increase from the northwest later in the afternoon, bringing the odd spot of rain overnight. Maximum temperature 6 °C.