Get the hot chocs at the ready, and Dad’s let go of that thermostat as it looks like some of God’s Own Country might be getting a dreamy White Christmas this year – with a strong possibility of northern parts of England getting snow.
Getting a rare dose of the white stuff just weeks before Christmas, it seems forecasters are scrambling to answer the question, however, according to the Met Office, it doesn’t look like a magical dusting of snow is set to grace Yorkshire this year.
The Met Office meteorologist Annie Shuttleworth said: “We could see some snow showers over the hills in northern parts of the UK – it’s probably the most likely place to see any snow.”
With most parts of Yorkshire getting a possibility of snow on Boxing Day, such as Leeds, Huddersfield and Sheffield, York and some other areas of North Yorkshire, such as Keld, are expected to experience heavy snowfall over Christmas.
Well, looks like the rest of Yorkshire best get ready for a wet Christmas and sit tight until Boxing Day, where most places could see light snow showers as The Met Office has suggested that Leeds and other parts of Northern England should see snow this weekend.
There is plenty to what on the tele over Christmas, so who’d want to go out anyways.
Stay tuned for more updates as forecasts change.