- Today , , Sleet , High 6°C 43°F Low 1°C 34°F Wind 26 mph 42 km/h West North Westerly
- Thu , , Sleet Shower , High 4°C 39°F Low 3°C 37°F Wind 21 mph 34 km/h West North Westerly
- Fri , Sunny Intervals , High 5°C 41°F Low 1°C 34°F Wind 16 mph 26 km/h North Westerly
- Sat , Sunny Intervals , High 5°C 41°F Low 2°C 36°F Wind 15 mph 24 km/h Northerly
- Sun , Sunny Intervals , High 5°C 41°F Low 2°C 36°F Wind 24 mph 39 km/h North North Westerly
- Mon , Light Cloud , Likely high 4°C 39°F Likely low 2°C 36°F Wind 16 mph 26 km/h North North Westerly
- Tue , Light Cloud , Likely high 5°C 41°F Likely low 2°C 36°F Wind 19 mph 31 km/h North North Westerly
- Wed 4 Feb , Light Cloud , Likely high 5°C 41°F Likely low 3°C 37°F Wind 12 mph 19 km/h North Westerly
- Thu 5 Feb , Light Rain Shower , Likely high 6°C 43°F Likely low 3°C 37°F Wind 10 mph 16 km/h South Westerly
- Fri 6 Feb , Light Rain Shower , Likely high 6°C 43°F Likely low 3°C 37°F Wind 15 mph 24 km/h West South Westerly
High 6°C 43°F Low 1°C 34°F
Met Office warnings issued for Cumbria
Yellow warning of snowUpdated 27 January at 12:15
- 0800 on Wed 28 January
- 2355 on Thu 29 January
Showers are expected to turn to snow across parts of northern Scotland during Wednesday morning, the risk then transferring to other areas through the rest of the day, continuing overnight and for much of Thursday.
Across Northern England 3-8 cm could accumulate by Thursday morning, especially over high ground. Over Scotland and Northern Ireland 5-10 cm may fall even at some lower levels, with more than 15 cm possible over higher ground. Strong, gusty winds will lead to drifting and temporary blizzards over high ground, while icy surfaces and lightning pose additional risks in some areas.This is an update to extend the warning a little further south across the Pennines. Note also that there is some signal that more frequent snow showers may affect parts of southern and central Scotland through the evening peak travel period on Wednesday, and this may lead to eventual issue of an Amber warning.
The public should be aware of the potential for disruption to travel.
Issued by the Met Office