Chester is bracing itself for more severe weather, with snow expected to fall over the next 48 hours.

The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for snow across Cheshire, Cumbria, Manchester, Merseyside and Warrington on Tuesday night (February 11).

The warning comes as snow continues to fall across North Wales and less than 24 hours after a severe weather warning was issued for ice across the region.

Between two-five cm of snow is likely to fall on ground above 150-200m, with more than 10cm expected on land above 300m, as showers turn to snow on Tuesday night.

Motorists are warned of potentially dangerous driving conditions with snow expected to turn to ice overnight.

A flood warning remains in place along the River Dee, with water levels expected to peak in Farndon within the next eight hours.