Weather watch 8 January 2021 – Snow updates in North Yorkshire
More weather warnings for snow and ice
It’s not over yet.
The Met Office has issued a snow warning which covers York, between now and 8pm tonight.
This is what to expect:
- Possible travel delays on roads stranding some vehicles and passengers
- Possible delays or cancellations to rail and air travel
- Some rural communities could become cut off
- Power cuts may occur and other services, such as mobile phone coverage, may be affected.
And there’s a separate warning of ice between midnight and 11am tomorrow (Saturday, 9 January).
Find out more here.
So it’s a busy time for the gritters…
Big drifts in the Dales
This is how it’s looking along Fleet Moss, Yorkshire’s highest road up near Hawes. The winds are causing drifts.
They’re getting creative in Harrogate
A few miles apart – but what a contrast
They are only about five miles apart, but the scene couldn’t be any more different.
Here is the beautiful snowy vista at Beningbrough Hall posted on Twitter at 9.20am this morning.
And a just a few miles down the road, here is St Paul’s Church in Holgate, taken today by David Dunning:
Knaresborough looks beautiful. And very cold
These terrific pictures of a wintry Knaresborough police were shared by Sgt Andy Graham on Twitter.
It looks beautiful. And freezing.