Met Office Announces the Anticipated Snowfall Date for North Yorkshire
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Met Office Announces the Anticipated Snowfall Date for North Yorkshire

The most recent Met Office forecast has predicted the specific date and time that snow will hit the region. According to forecasters, there is an “increasing chance of wintry hazards” as we approach the weekend. The UK is currently experiencing “high pressure” and colder than average weather. By Sunday, a northerly airflow may bring wintry conditions to some areas. Meteorologist Aidan McGivern commented that a cold front from the north will introduce Arctic air to the UK. The Met Office’s precipitation map suggests that North Yorkshire could see snow on Tuesday, January 16. The forecast indicates that areas such as York, Ripon, Leyburn, and Thirsk could expect a decent amount of snow. The Met Office also warns of brisk northerly winds, snow showers, and the risk of unsettled weather. Widespread frosts and the risk of ice are expected. To stay updated on the weather forecast, visit the Met Office website.