Met Office yellow warning for ice in Nottinghamshire.

Island Business Park, Nottingham Snow began to fall in Nottingham at about midday on Friday

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A yellow warning for ice is in place this weekend and drivers in Nottinghamshire are being urged to take care.

East Midlands Airport said its services were back to normal after flights were suspended on Friday following heavy snow.

Many schools closed on Friday as up to 10cm (4ins) of snow fell in the county.

More snow is expected and a "bitterly cold south-easterly wind" will remain, the Met Office said.

Notts County's game against Sheffield United was set to go ahead following a pitch inspection at Meadow Lane.

The club tweeted for volunteers to help clear the pitch on Saturday morning.

East Midlands Trains said services were running as normal but it advised passengers to check before travelling.

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