A wild, wet and windy week is in store for Huddersfield - with winter biting back.

More sleet and snow is likely and Huddersfield weatherman Paul Stevens has also warned of gale-force winds set to batter the town.

And he said it will be another chilly week with temperatures struugling to get above 4° or 5° C.

The news comes as large parts of Britain were told to beware of Storm Imgogen.

Swathes of Britain are set to be battered by 80mph winds and heavy rain on Monday as Storm Imogen sweeps in, forecasters said.

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The Met Office has issued amber warnings of wind for much of the south west and a yellow warning stretching from southern Wales to the Thames Estuary as the storm sweeps in from the English Channel.

Imogen is threatening to fell trees, down power lines and wreak havoc with the morning commute, while high winds are expected to carry thundery downpours throughout the day that have the potential to cause problems into the evening rush hour.

Huddersfield saw torrential rain over much of the weekend and although the rainfall is set to ease, it could be replaced by sleet or snow.

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Mr Stevens said: “There are signs of it turning colder at times with some sleet and snow in places, more especially over the high ground but later next week and into the next week a burst or two of Arctic air cannot be ruled out, bringing more widespread wintry conditions for a time.

“It will be chilly so wherever low pressure moves in from the Atlantic it may well turn to sleet and snow, the snow more especially on hills above 500 feet.

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“The overall impression of this winter will be a one of very wet and very mild, especially during December with record breaking rainfall that led to the Boxing Day Flood in Calderdale. The other impression is a one of storms. I can’t remember a time that wind seemed to have blown hard for so long with many gusts above 60mph, or storm force. Luckily though reported damage from wind has been relatively low.”

He said winds will again gust up to 50mph on Monday and are likely to return towards the end of the week.