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Temperatures plunge to -10C and snowfalls in northern England... but it's going to warm up later in the week
Monday, January 31st 2011, 10:52 AM GMT
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Temperatures plunged to minus 10.2C last night - and northern England was blasted by fresh snowfalls.

But the cold snap won't last with forecasters predicting unseasonally warm temperatures in double figures later in the week.

Sennybridge in Powys, central Wales was the coldest place in the country where it was minus 10.2C

Most of central and northern England saw of -5C overnight, the Met Office confirmed this morning.

It will be chilly today with most areas not seeing above 3C.

Tomorrow morning motorists will again have to get up early again to defrost their vehicles - with temperatures of -2C forecast across central England.

The wintry weather returned yesterday with fresh snowfalls in North Yorkshire and County Durham.

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Met Office forecaster Andy Bodenham told the MailOnline: 'The coldest place in the country was -10.2C overnight - that was Sennybridge in Wales.

'Many other places saw between -5C and -10C. Snowfall is unlikely though, certainly on lower ground

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