Snow is expected in Hull this afternoon after gales from Storm Eunice.
The Met Office has also issued a yellow warning for snowfall in parts of East Yorkshire, much of it west of Hull along the north bank of the Humber towards West Yorkshire.
In Hull, snow is expected to fall from 2 p.m. on Saturday February 19 as temperatures drop to -2°.
Snowfall is expected to last two hours as temperatures drop further to -3° at 3 p.m. before rising to -2° at 4 p.m.
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There is a 90% chance of precipitation at 2 p.m. and 3 p.m., and a 60% chance at 4 p.m.
Later in the afternoon, the weather will be foggy as sub-zero temperatures will continue until midnight.
The Met Office forecast reads: “A cool start with bright or sunny spells. Isolated flurries at first, mostly over western hills. Further rain, or possibly snow, arriving later in the morning. Less wind than yesterday. Maximum temperature 5°C.”
“Later in the night, scattered rain, with snow on the higher ground, during the evening. More persistent rain, at times heavy, arriving around midnight. The winds increase again after midnight, with gales possible at the ‘dawn. Minimum temperature 1°C.’
The rest of the weekend would remain windy, with occasional gales. There will be heavy rain for most of the day followed by windy winter showers later. It will start mild, but turn colder later in the day. The maximum temperature on Sunday February 20 will be 12°C.
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