UPDATE, NOVEMBER 30: It seems the white stuff has fallen a little bit further south than forecast today (Thursday)! See our live updates here for the latest: Sleet and snow falling across Cornwall causing some problems on roads

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for snow to hit Cornwall over the next couple of days.

The warning says the highest parts of Bodmin and Dartmoor may see five to ten centimetres of snow tomorrow (Thursday) with some drifting in strong Easterly winds.

It says elsewhere accumulations of snow are likely to be relatively small with accumulations of one to three centimetres at most. This will be mainly inland above 100m-200m.

Within the weather warning coverage area is Launceston, Callington and Liskeard. 

Falmouth Packet: The warning area stretches right down to BodminThe warning area stretches right down to Bodmin (Image: Met Office)

It is warning people to avoid travelling in these areas as ice may develop on untreated roads and the wintry weather could lead to hazardous conditions.

The warning says: “Spells of snow may develop over hills, especially parts of Bodmin Moor, Dartmoor, Blackdown Hills and Exmoor during the early hours of Thursday before petering out later in the day.

“The highest parts of Dartmoor and perhaps Bodmin Moor may see 5-10cm of snow with some drifting in strong easterly winds.

“Elsewhere, accumulations are likely to be relatively small, perhaps 1-3cm at most, and mainly in areas inland and above 100-200m. In addition to this, icy patches may also develop on untreated surfaces.

“Wintry weather may affect some areas leading to hazardous conditions in a few places.”