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Saturday

Light Rain

4°C 39°F 1°C 34°F North North Westerly
31km/h 19mph
Sunday

Light Cloud

3°C 37°F -2°C 28°F North Westerly
29km/h 18mph
Monday

Light Cloud

3°C 37°F -1°C 30°F North Westerly
19km/h 12mph
Tuesday

Light Cloud

4°C 39°F 0°C 32°F Northerly
18km/h 11mph
Wednesday

Light Cloud

4°C 39°F 0°C 32°F North North Westerly
21km/h 13mph

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Sunrise 07:53 Sunset 16:43

Last updated 05:04

Weather forecast details for Saturday 31 January. Each column contains hourly forecast details for weather conditions, temperature, wind speed, wind direction, humidity, visibility and pressure.
Time 0900 hours1200 hours1500 hours1800 hours2100 hours0000 hours
Sun
0300 hours 
Weather Conditions Heavy Rain Light Rain Shower Sunny Intervals Light Cloud Light Cloud Thick Cloud Light Rain  
Temperature (°C/°F) 1°C 34°F 3°C 37°F 3°C 37°F 2°C 36°F 2°C 36°F 2°C 36°F 2°C 36°F  
Wind Speed (mph/km/h) 27km/h 17mph North North Westerly 31km/h 19mph North North Westerly 29km/h 18mph North Westerly 27km/h 17mph North Westerly 29km/h 18mph North Westerly 32km/h 20mph North Westerly 37km/h 23mph North North Westerly  
Wind Direction NNW NNW NW NW NW NW NNW  
Humidity 96% 85% 73% 75% 72% 76% 87%  
Visibility (E = Excellent, VG = Very Good, G = Good, M = Moderate, P = Poor, VP = Very Poor) M VG VG VG VG VG VG  
Pressure (Millibars) 980 984 986 988 989 989 990  

Yorkshire and Humber

Forecast Summary

  • Today

    A bitterly cold day with sunny intervals and wintry showers. These may be of rain or sleet at first close to coasts, but by evening they will mostly fall as snow. Strong winds will give a significant wind chill.

  • Tonight

    Further showers overnight, these likely to fall as snow away from coasts giving further accumulations, especially across the moors. Strong northerly winds will accentuate the cold.

Environmental Summary

UV: 1

UK Range: 1-7

Pollution: Low

UK Range: Low to Very High

Met Office Warnings Issued For: North Yorkshire

  1. Yellow warning of snow

    From:
    0015 on Sat 31 January
    To:
    2345 on Sat 31 January
    Updated 30 January at 11:32 Active

    Warning

    Further sleet and snow showers will affect parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland from Saturday morning, with snow falling to lower levels and extending further south through the day. This will lead to some large accumulations on high ground, with some settling at low levels too. These will be associated with strong winds (gusts 50-60 mph across northwest Scotland) so drifting and temporary blizzard conditions are likely. Some longer spells of sleet and snow are also possible, especially across the high ground of Scotland and northeast England.

    The public should be aware of the potential for disruption from these conditions. This warning will be kept under review and updated as and when necessary.This is an update to bring forward the start time of the warning and extend the area southwards.

  2. Yellow warning of ice

    From:
    0215 on Sat 31 January
    To:
    1100 on Sat 31 January
    Updated 31 January at 02:06 Active

    Warning

    Icy stretches are likely to form on untreated surfaces on Friday evening, overnight and into Saturday morning. In addition, further accumulations of snow continue to be seen in places as bands of showers move southwards across the UK with temporary accumulations of 0-2 cm even in southern England this morning and the public should be aware of the risk of disruption due to difficult driving conditions.

    This is an update to the earlier warning to include temporary accumulations of snow further south across England and Wales this morning.

  3. Yellow early warning of snow

    From:
    0015 on Sun 1 February
    To:
    2345 on Mon 2 February
    Updated 30 January at 11:48

    Alert

    Further snow showers will affect parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland on Sunday leading to some locally large accumulations, and the showers may spread along eastern and western coasts of England and Wales. The showers will be associated with strong winds so drifting and temporary blizzard conditions are possible as well as icy stretches. The public should be aware of the potential for disruption from these conditions.

    Snow showers are likely to continue to affect similar areas into Monday bringing further accumulations.This is an update to the Alert issued on Thursday to reduce the extent of the yellow area across the Westcountry and east Wales, whilst more of northwest Wales and west Cornwall have been included. This is due to a reduced risk of more persistent sleet and snow on Monday relative to that originally described.

  4. Yellow early warning of snow

    From:
    0015 on Tue 3 February
    To:
    2345 on Tue 3 February
    Updated 30 January at 11:13

    Alert

    Snow showers will continue to affect parts of Scotland and England during Tuesday. The showers will mainly be across eastern coastal districts to begin with, but through the course of the day, snow showers will move further inland to affect northeast England, the Midlands and parts of southeast England. Accumulations of snow are possible in places, even to low-levels. The public should be aware of the potential for disruption to travel.

A list of all UK Warnings can be found on our More UK Weather page.

Weather Warnings Key

  • Red: Take action
  • Amber: Be prepared
  • Yellow: Be aware

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Observations

Observed at 05:00, Saturday 31 January

Thick Cloud

0°C 32°F

11km/h 7mph Westerly

Humidity: 98%

Visibility: Good

Pressure: 978mb, Rising

Observation station: Church Fenton

(Lat: 53.836 | Lon: -1.197)

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