By Ian Dipple Monday 11 February 2013 Updated: 11/02 14:46
ABOUT an inch of snow has fallen across Redditch making conditions tricky for early morning commuters.
Light snow flurries are possible throughout Monday and into Tuesday but significant accumulations of the white stuff are not expected.
Although there is no widespread disruption some schools have been forced to close.
St Luke's First School in Plymouth Road and The Kingfisher School are both shut while The Vaynor First School in Headless Cross has issued a partial closure warning because of treacherous conditions around the site.
The school is open for those who can get to it but parents are being advised to take care on Feckenham Road in particular.
Bin collections are continuing as normal but crews may have difficulties reaching some roads. Anyone whose bin is due for collection on Monday but does not have it picked up is advised to leave it out and it will be collected as soon as possible.
A council spokeswoman said: "Refuse vehicles can weigh up to 26 tonnes and are much bigger than most household delivery vehicles, it is essential that we do not drive on roads when drivers make a judgement that it is not safe to do so."
Trains and buses are running as normal.
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