Fife weather: Met office forecast as first snow of winter falls overnight

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The first snowfall of winter hit Fife overnight, turning parts of the region white.

The Met Office has also confirmed the Yellow Warning remains in place for the region, meaning the prospect of more snow and ice as temperatures drop.

The snow came just 24 hours after Storm Arwen caused havoc with trees felled on many minor roads and a number of properties reporting damage to roofs.

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Temperatures should be down to zero by 6:00pm in some parts of the region, but, until then the Met Office is forecasting a dry, sunny day.

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