Motorists told to prepare as temperatures set to plunge

Ted Welford
A car drives past a snow covered sign advertising Santa's Winter Wonderland in Worcester, as heavy snowfall across parts of the UK is causing widespread disruption, closing roads and grounding flights at an airport.
A car drives past a snow covered sign advertising Santa's Winter Wonderland in Worcester, as heavy snowfall across parts of the UK is causing widespread disruption, closing roads and grounding flights at an airport.

Motorists are being told to prepare for more ice and snow this week as temperatures plunge.

Arctic winds will send parts of the country into sub-zero temperatures as the second cold snap hits.