RAIN and snow are set to disrupt journeys tomorrow morning.

The morning commute in and out of Bolton may be hazardous due to a forecast of rain and snow for Wednesday from 6am.

A yellow snow and ice warning has been issued by the MET Office, warning commuters to take care in getting to work.

The MET Office suggest to expect: "Some injuries from slips and falls on icy surfaces.

"Some roads and railways may be affected with longer journey times by road, bus and train services.

They also issue advice from the Department of Transport on the 'snow code' detailing how to safely drive to work.

The guide states: "Use salt or sand, not water.

"If you use water to melt the snow, it may refreeze and turn to black ice.

"Black ice increases the risk of injuries as it is invisible and very slippery.

"It's easier to move fresh, loose snow rather than hard snow that has packed together from people walking on it.

"So if possible, start removing the snow and ice in the morning."

For more information or support visit the Bolton Council website.