Next week snow is set to fall in some parts of North Yorkshire as we head towards December.
Parts of the Yorkshire Dales, such as Swaledale, will be seeing snow from Wednesday, November 29. Some snow is predicted to fall between 1am and 3am in the early morning on Wednesday.
Even more snow is predicted to fall on Thursday. According to the Met Office, there will be light snow in the afternoon on November 30.
This will fall in the Swaledale area between 3pm and 6pm on the Thursday. No snow is yet predicted for Friday, although there may be some in other areas at other times in the week.
The Met Office said: “Colder than average conditions overall continue to be most likely overall. Winds are likely to often be from the north, with a mixture of cold, quiet periods and some more showery episodes with rain, sleet and possibly hill snow.
“Any sleet and snow showers would be most likely to affect northern and eastern coastal districts. There remains a chance of more widespread snow spreading up from the south during at least the first part of this period, should this occur strong winds or even gales are possible across many parts, especially the south.
“Colder weather could persist throughout, however towards the end of the period there is an increasing likelihood of an upward trend in temperatures as new areas of cloud and rain attempt to move in from the Atlantic.”