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Live as snow hits West Yorkshire as ‘weird’ weather takes hold

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After a spell of glorious sunshine and warm temperatures last week, it looks as if winter has briefly returned.

Temperatures have been plummeting over the past few days and there have been sleet and snow showers across the region.

Videos taken shortly before 2pm show market town Todmorden experiencing a brief snow shower before it cleared up again.

Most of Yorkshire will experience some chilly temperatures and frost, according to the latest Met Office forecast.

Any showers will die away during the evening, followed by lighter winds and largely clear skies. Minimum temperature -2 °C.

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Is your area affected by this bizarre weather? Send your pictures and videos to alex.grove@reachplc.com.

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Written by: Rother Radio News


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