COLDER weather - and more snow - is on the way, say weather forecasters in Huddersfield.
Siberian temperatures look set to bring further heavy snow showers tomorrow night and Thursday, according to Salendine Nook meteorologist Paul Stevens.
And Mr Stevens said the Siberian air will continue across Huddersfield until the weekend at least.
Snow blanketed much of Huddersfield overnight but roads remained open after gritting operations by Kirklees Council.
Today looked set to be another bitter cold day with further sleet and snow showers. Temperatures will be around 3°C. Icy conditions will return quickly after dark causing hazardous driving conditions.
Snow showers will continue tomorrow (Wednesday) and become more frequent and heavy especially during the afternoon. Temperatures will be even colder at around 2°C but winds will increase further from the east making it feel like –8°C.
Thursday looks set to be the coldest and snowiest part of the week with an increasing risk of prolonged and heavy snow. Up to 15cm of snow could fall over the hills and drifting could become a problem over the Pennines. It will be bitter cold once again with temperatures at or below freezing in the Pennines but feeling well below freezing everywhere in the strong winds.