The Yorkshire Dales is set to expect snow in the coming days as the hot sunny weather comes to an abrupt end. Parts of Yorkshire are expected to have snow fall a week after the hottest day of the year so far.
From 31st March to 1st April, towns across Yorkshire are will have some snowfall.
As the temperatures drop to 2C in places, the BBC reports that sleet showers will fall across Yorkshire in the early hours on Thursday.
On Friday heavy snow is expected from midnight with temperatures again expected to be as low as 2C.
BBC forecaster, Darren Bett said: “There are some big changes in the weather pattern on the way but not just yet.”
“Temperatures in rural areas will not be far away from freezing. There may be a few pockets of frost and fog to start the day across Scotland and Northern Ireland but away from Northern Isles there is set to be more sunshine for Scotland and Northern Ireland on Friday.
“Plenty of sunshine for England and Wales.”
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