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Yorkshire & Humber weather forecast

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Tuesday will be very windy with periods of heavy rain.

This Evening and Tonight:

Chilly with a sharp frost developing in places. Cloud then thickening later in the night, with temperatures recovering, whilst winds also strengthen. Hill fog and rain then moving into the Pennines by dawn. Minimum temperature -3 °C.

Tuesday:

Very windy, with persistent and often heavy rain developing, especially across the hills. Squally and heavy band of rain moving east during the evening. Clearer spells and showers following. Maximum temperature 12 °C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Staying windy Wednesday, with sunny spells and scattered heavy showers. Perhaps less windy Thursday, but further heavy rain likely. Rather cloudy Friday, with strong winds and scattered showers.

Updated:

UK long range weather forecast

Staying unsettled throughout Saturday with blustery showers and spells of rain. Some drier or brighter interludes may develop in the southeast. Staying windy, particularly in the south, where there is a risk of coastal gales. Temperatures near average, but turning colder further north. The changeable theme looks to continue over the next few weeks with showers or spells of rain throughout. Any drier interludes are likely to be short-lived in any one place. Temperatures look likely to fall below average, with the risk of wintry showers in the north alongside a low risk of snow along northern edges of rain bands. Some possible frost and freezing fog at times, mainly across northern regions. Strong winds and a risk of coastal gales throughout the period.

Updated:

A more changeable spell is expected towards the end of December, with the greatest potential for heavy rain in the south and east at first, with any snow becoming confined to northern hills. A more typical northwest/southeast split looks likely to develop into the New Year, bringing rain to the northwest interspersed with showers, and drier periods further south. This could be accompanied by a general upturn in temperatures, as well as the risk of strong winds at times.

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