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    • Regional
    • UK 5 days
    • UK 6-30 days

    Regional forecast for Yorkshire & Humber

    Windy and turning much colder with snow showers.

    Today:

    Cloudy to start with outbreaks of rain and snow over hills. Becoming brighter with sunny spells developing but turning much colder with scattered snow showers developing. Strong, blustery winds will exacerbate the cold feel. Maximum Temperature 8C.

    Tonight:

    Cold and windy with occasional snow showers and icy stretches forming on untreated surfaces. Significant snow accumulations are likely in places by the end of the night, particularly over hills. Minimum Temperature -1C.

    Thursday:

    Staying cold and breezy but it should be mainly dry and bright for many areas. However, snow flurries will continue to affect Pennine areas with further snow accumulations expected. Maximum Temperature 3C.

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

    Remaining cold and often windy with a marked wind-chill. Sunny spells can be expected but with snow showers leading to further accumulations in places, especially over hills.

    Updated at: 0253 on Wed 28 Jan 2015

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Turning much colder through Wednesday with snow in the north.

    Today:

    Cloudy, mild start in the south with some rain, locally heavy and squally, before clearing by lunchtime. Much colder, brighter conditions follow with frequent sleet and snow showers in the north/northwest with some accumulations likely. Windy, gales in the north.

    Tonight:

    Windy night with frequent snow showers, locally thundery, across northern and northwestern parts. Scattered wintry showers elsewhere, these mainly in west. Clear spells allowing a frost away from western coasts.

    Thursday:

    Another cold day with sunny spells and sleet and snow showers. Across southern parts, however, snow primarily falling over hills. Strong winds, especially in the west, will accentuate the cold.

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

    Sunshine and wintry showers Friday, mainly rain to low levels. Thereafter, colder northerly winds will bring snow showers to northern parts and windward coasts, but some may push well inland.

    Updated at: 0300 on Wed 28 Jan 2015

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Sunday 1 Feb 2015 to Tuesday 10 Feb 2015:

    The cold and showery theme to the weather will persist through most of the first week of February as northerly winds bring hail, sleet and snow showers to the country, these frequent across northern parts, with overnight frost and ice. The strong northerly winds, with gales in places, will accentuate the cold feel with a significant wind chill. The best of the drier, brighter weather will be across sheltered southern parts. However, there are signs of more changeable weather towards the end of the first week as winds turn more westerly. By then, spells of wind and rain coming in off the Atlantic suggest that temperatures are likely to become less cold and thus the likelihood of snow, frost and ice would be lower.

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 11 Feb 2015 to Wednesday 25 Feb 2015:

    It looks most likely that unsettled conditions will continue across much of the UK with temperatures closer to normal when compared to the start of February. This may be more obvious across parts of southern and western Britain where it might be a little wetter than average as spells of wind and rain make their way in from the Atlantic. However, there is the possibility of pressure building around the middle of the month bringing more settled conditions, particularly in the south.

    Updated at: 0300 on Wed 28 Jan 2015

    Location Details

    Little Horton

    Location: 53.784, -1.7835

    Altitude: 163m above mean sea level

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