After waking up to a gorgeous winter wonderland this morning, it looks like us Yorkshire folk are set to be treated with yet more snow – according to the Met Office. Predicted to arrive for a second day in a row, the Met Office has issued a ‘Yellow’ weather warning for both snow and ice, with the warning applying to a number of Yorkshire areas.
Covering West, North and some of South Yorkshire, the warning states that snow is expected to arrive from around 6pm tomorrow evening, potentially lasting until Thursday afternoon – with some disruption expected.
The Met Office also warns that snow and ice will likely cause disruption to travel, including icy roads and affected rail services. It’s expected that areas that don’t usually see snow could find a few centimetres of settled snow this week.
Temperatures dropped below freezing last night, allowing much of the North to wake up to settled snow – even in city centres.