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Proper snow up at Turriff
Snow has hit the North-east today with temperatures in the region dropping below freezing.

The Met Office said Aberdeen will see "flashes" of snow showers throughout tonight.

A yellow warning for ice in Aberdeenshire and Moray was issued this evening and the alert is valid until 7am tomorrow.

And other areas, such as Aboyne, are expected to see the most snowfall.

A Met Office spokesman today said temperatures could drop to as low as -2C (19F) in some parts of rural Aberdeenshire later this evening.
Proper snow up at #Turriff :( this is not fun pic.twitter.com/liAPC4CTde

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He said: "It's likely to be hail and sleet in Aberdeen with a few flashes of snow.

"Inland parts of Aberdeenshire above 200 metres can expect wet snow showers.

"There will be a few areas across the North-east below freezing tonight."