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Warning over Friday snow in south Wales

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Motorists are being warned that heavy snow is set to fall in south Wales and make travel very difficult over the course of Friday.

The Met Office suggests that drivers avoid any unnecessary travel for the foreseeable future due to the risk of ice, snow blizzards and freezing fog. It is the first time the organisation has taken the step of issuing a red weather warning in two years, with between 20cm and 30cm of snow expected to fall in some areas of the country.

A recent survey conducted by Duck Tape discovered that many motorists would appreciate pop star Robbie Williams, David Beckham or Gary Barlow being on hand to rescue them if they were to be stranded in the snow.

The research also concluded that some drivers of vehicles, such as family cars, are likely to be forced to stay home from work in order to oversee repairs caused by the wintry weather.

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