MULTIPLE weather warnings are currently in place across Bracknell.

The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings across the county for wind, rain, snow and ice from 10am on Wednesday, December 30 until Thursday, December 31.

The forecasters warned that in Bracknell heavy rain may turn to snow, which along with widespread ice, could lead to disruption to travel and utilities.

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Residents have been told to expect icy patches on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.

Some roads and railways will likely be affected with longer journey times by road, bus and train services.

But there are no further warnings for the rest of the week according to the Met Office.

Here is what the weather will look like over the next few days.

According to BBC Weather sleet is set to hit Bracknell from tomorrow at 7pm and temperatures will only reach a high of four degrees Celsius.

Tuesday, December 29 - overcast.

Wednesday, December 30 - cloudy, changing to sunny intervals by lunchtime.

Thursday, December 31 - cloudy and light winds

Friday, January 1 - overcast.

Saturday, January 2 - overcast.

Sunday, January 3 - light snow changing to overcast by late morning.