Grassington Moor (North Yorkshire) weather

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Seven day forecast for Grassington Moor

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Yorkshire & Humber weather forecast


A chilly night, with frost and fog patches forming.

This Evening and Tonight:

Plenty of clear spells this evening, but soon becoming chilly with frost and fog or freezing fog patches forming inland overnight. Low cloud and sea fog is likely to drift in off the North Sea affecting coastal parts towards dawn. Minimum temperature -2 °C.


A largely dull start on Monday with widespread low cloud and fog. Some brightness developing in the west later as cloud burns back to coasts. Rather foggy once again overnight. Maximum temperature 10 °C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Mostly cloudy on Tuesday and Wednesday, with early fog lifting into low cloud. Thursday will be mostly cloudy with some drizzle at times. Turning drier and colder later on Thursday.


UK long range weather forecast

Confidence is high for this period as local high pressure is expected to give a mostly settled outlook. With the high most likely centred over Scotland, this will bring a cold northerly air flow and a possibility of light sleet and snow flurries for a time into northern and eastern coasts. Otherwise most areas will stay fine and dry with plenty of sunny spells. Any spells of rain and stronger winds are most likely to occur in the north and west where front incursions are most likely, or into the south around the base of the high. Where skies clear overnight, frost and fog patches may become prevalent. Temperatures are likely to start off colder than normal, due to the northerly air flow, before slowly returning to around average.


By the middle of March we see a trend towards more unsettled conditions with spells of rain and showers but with some drier interludes. Rain perhaps becoming more confined to the north and west at times with the south and east seeing some more prolonged settled periods. Temperatures are most likely to remain around or a little above average and whilst there are no signals for prolonged cold, some brief colder intervals continue to remain possible.


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