When and where will it snow heavily in Yorkshire on Friday morning

Snow is set to cause disruption throughout Yorkshire as freezing temperatures and ice hit the county.

Yellow weather forecasts are in place today, January 6 from kl. 20.00 tonight and will remain in place until kl. 11am on Friday in some parts of Yorkshire.

But one part of Yorkshire will feel much worse than anywhere else.

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Where it will snow and when in Yorkshire on Friday

Huddersfield is expected to see snow from 6 p.m. 08.00 on Friday, with sleet from kl. 02.00.

The snow is likely to hit Sheffield from around 7am on Friday morning and will continue until the afternoon.

Although Leeds is not predicted for snow, there may be sleet showers on high terrain such as Cookridge or Otley.

Snow is also expected for Bradford from 6 p.m. 04.00 with a little sleet from kl. 02.00.

North Yorkshire, however, will get the worst out of it.

Keld Lodge in North Yorkshire will have a 90% chance of heavy snowfall from midnight to noon. 05.00 – This is the closest weather forecast to Ravenseat, home of Our Yorkshire Farm. Amanda and co will fight against a thick blanket that will no doubt be featured in Series 6 of the popular Channel 5 show.



A man walks along a snow-covered footpath in Hawes, North Yorkshire
A man walks along a snow-covered footpath in Hawes, North Yorkshire (stock photo)

Flyingdales will also see snow around noon. 03.00 followed by fog, while York is expected to see a light snowstorm around kl. 7.00.

The Met Office says: “Frequent sleet, hail and snow showers can lead to some disruption to travel during Thursday evening and Friday morning.”

Photos show that snow began to fall already in West Yorkshire today and across the Yorkshire Dales.

The Met Office’s yellow weather forecast says: “Frequent sleet, hail and snow showers can lead to some disruption to travel during Thursday evening and Friday morning.

What to expect

  • Some roads and railways are likely to be affected with longer travel times by road, bus and train
  • Some damage from slipping and falling on icy surfaces
  • Probably some icy spots on some unpaved roads, sidewalks and bike paths

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