Pen-y-Ghent weather

Heavy snow.
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Light snow changing to heavy rain in the afternoon.
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Fog changing to drizzle by lunchtime.
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Heavy rain.
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Light showers changing to cloudy by early evening.
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Overcast changing to light rain by late morning.
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Light rain changing to sleet by early evening.
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WARNING
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Yorkshire & Humber weather forecast

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Risk of snow diminishing but staying unsettled.

This Evening and Tonight:

Rather windy and feeling cold, with showers gradually easing. Any snow will become confined to the highest hills, but there will be a chance of icy patches developing by dawn. Cloudy over the hills but clear spells developing further east. Minimum temperature -1 °C.

Wednesday:

Staying windy, with any lingering showers fading during the morning, a few sunny spells developing. Cloud then thickening during the afternoon with periods of rain, especially across western hills. Maximum temperature 9 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Breezy Thursday, with brighter spells possible in the east, and drizzle across western hills. Very mild. Rain spreading east early Friday, clearing to sunshine and showers. Mainly dry on Saturday.

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UK long range weather forecast

After a wet and windy day Sunday, the beginning of next week will remain unsettled with outbreaks of rain or showers. Thereafter, we should see the dominance of high pressure across the UK. This will allow a shift towards more settled conditions with a good deal of sunshine across most parts. Northern and eastern areas are likely to start this period cold with a chance of wintry showers, these likely falling as snow to relatively low levels at times. Towards the end of next week, the settled weather will spread further east with plenty of sunny spells by day and a risk of frost by night. Following this, it looks to stay mostly dry but it may turn increasingly cloudy towards the middle of February with possible overnight fog.

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This period seems to trend towards a more typical northwest/southeast divide. The southeast should hold on to the drier and calmer weather for a while longer with a continued risk of overnight frost and fog. Further north, it will turn increasingly unsettled with outbreaks of rain and strong winds at times. Temperatures will gradually return towards normal, but will remain a little below average during the settled spell in the south.

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