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is this going to freeze overnight now or melt do people think?BBC has low of 2c but its already gone to 0c here with the snow. Shourly it cant now warm up overnight?

 

If you get clearer skies after the snow and the wind drops then it won't melt, temps should drop in that set up.

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This is why I am always hopeful and never take any forecast as a  gospel and prefer to wait until the actual day to see what will happen. At least most of us have been treated to something nice.

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Lots of heavy rain and sleet in Sandhutton, got down to 2.5C at 7:47pm when it turned more to sleety snow, but currently 6.2 and rising, so I think those of you who have seen snow will probably see it washed away over the coming hours as the warmer air comes in from the NE.

 

I must say, though, that snow has been more widespread across the region than I expected tonight.

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The air aloft wasn't really that cold in the first place, most of tonight's snow was from evaporative cooling as this region is right in the centre of the low pressure system. Temperatures are increasing now as we drag in a north-easterly as SSTs are still rather mild at this point.

 

Just cold rain here tonight despite the temperature falling to 2.5C. As the wind has changed to the north-east the temperature has now risen to 5.1C.

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Beautiful images of a roll cloud (arcus) over the region yesterday. This one taken near Pocklington, E Yorks. More on my Twitter page (link below).

 

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Noticed this yesterday, I was working between York and Scarborough, Scarborough was cloudy for most of the day whereas Malton and York had beautiful sunshine. Many people were asking if it was a weather/storm front but I had to explain it was merely just a bank of cloud rolling in off the North Sea. Was quiet impressive and the cloud was in a straight line and the sun being low in the sky gave it an impressive look!

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