Warning in place as snow falls in Derbyshire
The Met Office has issued a yellow ‘be aware’ warning of snow in Derbyshire.
The alert kicked in just before 2pm and is valid until 5pm on Sunday.
A Met Office spokesperson said: “Snow, which has been falling across northern areas, will continue southwards, lasting only an hour or so in any one place.
“Up to 1-2cm may accumulate on some untreated surfaces and more widely on grass.”
There could be ‘tricky travel conditions in places’, they added.
Snow has been reported across the county on Sunday, including in Chesterfield and in High Peak areas.
Nine Derbyshire roads remain closed in the north west of the county due to snow and ice.