A yellow weather warning of ice has been issued in Croydon tomorrow, with wet surfaces potentially turning frosty amid sub-zero temperatures. The ice warning, which urges the public to "be aware" of widespread icy stretches on untreated roads and pavements, has been issued between 3am and midday on Tuesday. The public should brace themselves for local travel disruption and take extra care when walking, cycling or driving in affected areas. Journeys through affected areas may take longer than usual. Heavy showers are forecast in Croydon in the early hours of Tuesday, and temperatures could feel as low as -3C amid wind gusts of up to 39mph. A dry but cloudy morning should follow, but light showers are forecast from around midday. This, the Met Office says, could turn to light show at around 3pm. Cloudy and drizzly skies are set to return by the early evening, however. Light showers are forecast into the early hours of Wednesday, but a dry and cloudy day should follow. Temperatures could feel as low as -2C, and wind gusts could reach speeds of up to 36mph. Thursday is set to be cloudy with sunny spells, but very cold – temperatures could feel as low as -5C in the morning, the Met Office says. The Friday forecast is much the same, but light snow showers are on the cards from around 6am until 9am.
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