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A yellow warning for ice remains in place for Bolton today but no snow is expected in the coming days, according to the Met Office.

More snow fell yesterday and continued into the morning causing delays for passengers.

Temperatures fell below minus 10C in many parts of the UK overnight, which was said to be the coldest night yet.

Manchester Airport was forced to close its runways.

Motorists faced delays on Bolton’s busy roads and motorways.

Today’s temperatures will struggle to pass five degrees and drop to the low -3 degrees.

But the sun will shine on the royal visit to Bolton, as His Majesty King Charles III is visiting today.

Crowds will gather before lunchtime as His Majesty visits Bolton, the first time a monarch has visited the town in three decades.

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Bolton residents made the most of the snow over the two days, with children making snowmen and others taking pictures of their roads and streets as if they were a winter wonderland.

Today the Met Office forecast Bolton will be mostly sunny day apart from frosty mornings.

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At the weekend, a Met Office spokesperson said: “After another lukewarm start, Saturday will be generally dry and bright with some sunshine.

“Overcast weather Sunday and Monday with occasional rain or showers. Gradually it gets milder.”

There are no weather warnings for the weekend, with Saturday being a mixture of sunshine and clouds, with temperatures as high as four degrees.


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