York may see more snow this weekend as the freezing weather continues.
The BBC is forecasting light snow in the city this Sunday (3 December).
Today, the city will see a maximum temperature of 3°C and fall to a chilly -5°C overnight.
On Saturday the temperature range is 0°C to -3°C and Sunday it’s 1°C to -1°C.
Today (Friday) forecasters are predicting more snow on the North York Moors.
Travelling conditions were treacherous last night, with more than 100 vehicles stranded by snow on the A170.
A yellow weather warning for snow and ice will remain in place on Friday for the eastern coast of the the UK.
Met Office meteorologist Ellie Glaisyer said: “For most of us it will be dry and bright. There will be some wintry showers over the hills.
“The North York Moors and parts of Scotland will likely get snow.”
The UK Health Security Agency and the Met Office have issued amber cold health alerts in five regions, including Yorkshire and the Humber until December 5, meaning “cold weather impacts are likely to be felt across the whole health service for an extended period of time”.
Moving into next week, the weather is likely to remain cold with a north-easterly air flow pushing through frigid air from the north.