THERE could be snow in Bradford this evening, according to the Met Office.

The weather forecaster has hinted at a reasonable chance of snowfall across Bradford district from 9pm on Monday.

Mist is expected to change to light snow by night time, the Met Office confirmed.

It comes after Met Office issued yellow weather alerts for parts of Yorkshire and the UK.

The wintry conditions saw commuters face travel chaos on Monday morning following the coldest night of the year so far.

Temperatures in northern Scotland dipped below minus 15 degrees Celsius.

Large swathes of the UK were hit by ice, fog and snow with drivers stranded along sections of the M25 for several hours.

Roads in eastern and south-east England are among the worst affected.

Several rail lines are closed, with Southeastern issuing a “do not travel” alert to passengers.

There is also major disruption to services run by Greater Anglia, South Western Railway and Southern.

There are minor and severe delays to London Underground trains, with all but the Waterloo & City line, Elizabeth line, and DLR affected.

Several parts of the network was suspended, including: the Northern line between High Barnet and Finchley Central.

Meanwhile, three boys have died after being pulled from an icy lake on Sunday.

The boys, aged 11, 10 and eight, had fallen into a lake in Babbs Mill Park in Kinghuhrst, a nature park in Solihull, West Midlands Police said.

Richard Stanton, area commander for West Midlands Fire and Rescue Service, said: “We know that the weather forecast for the next few days is expected to be bitterly cold, please, adults and children alike, stay away from open water, under no circumstances venture on to ice regardless how thick or safe you think this ice may be.”

More than 100 flights due to serve UK airports were cancelled across Sunday and Monday, with Gatwick, Stansted, Luton and London City airports among the worst affected.

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