VIDEO: Snow across Sheffield and South Yorkshire

Snow fell across Sheffield and the region during the night with reports of some vehicles becoming stuck.

It began to settle in most of the city and surrounding areas including the city centre, Crosspool, Walkley, Kimberworth, Stannington and Parson Cross.

The Anglers pub in the snow

The Anglers pub in the snow

Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster also reported snow.

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Snow in Neepsend Lane as of about 7pm in Sheffield

Snow in Neepsend Lane as of about 7pm in Sheffield

WEATHER FORECAST: Latest weather forecast advice for Sheffield and South Yorkshire.

The MET Office has issued a yellow weather warning for snow for Yorkshire, including Sheffield and South Yorkshire.

They say up to 10cm of snow could fall in parts of Scotland.

Snow is expected to continue until around 4am with ice across the country overnight and into Saturday.

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Temperatures will fall quickly tonight with showers predicted to fall as snow on hills and higher routes as well as on lower areas inland.

The Met Office said 5-10cm of snow could fall in areas above 200-300 metres, particularly in the north-west, with 2cm possible inland.

The band of showers is expected to move south-east overnight becoming more scattered and reaching the central belt and east overnight.

Members of the public have been warned to expect icy conditions, particularly over lying snow and in lower areas where rain has fallen.

Parts of the country including Birmingham and Liverpool have also enjoyed snow showers during the afternoon.