It may have felt almost Spring-like, with blue skies and flowers bursting into bloom.
But another wintry blast is set to hit Huddersfield over the next few days.
And weatherman Paul Stevens is warning that means frosty mornings, cold nights and the threat of snow in many parts.
The blue skies and sunshine of the past two days has seen crocus and daffodils blooming around Huddersfield.
Kirklees Council has planted hundreds of thousands of bulbs in recent years and they are now coming out in parks, grassed areas and roadside verges.
But Mr Stevens has warned of another weather front coming in from the west with plenty of rain, which will slow and then stall over the Pennines.
He said this will readily turn to snow although it is not possible to say how much will fall.
“Thursday will be another cold day with a good deal of hazy sunshine with more in the way of medium to high cloud around. Through the afternoon a few light and isolated wintry showers may develop giving some snow and sleet in places.
“Thursday night will be rather cloudy at times with a band of sleet and snow showers moving up from the south. It could be cold, as low as 1°C.
Take a flight over Castle Hill in the snow below
“Friday will be rather cloudy with an increasing easterly wind making it feel very cold and after any wintry showers clear in the morning further wintry showers will push in from the North Sea through the afternoon, bringing sleet and snow on the hills.
“Saturday a cold cloudy day with sleet and snow in places, with some settling in places by the end of the afternoon with slight covering possible almost anywhere by evening. Overnight it will be very cold, perhaps as low as minus 2°C, which will mean icy roads.
“Sunday is very cold with a strong and bitter NE wind and snow showers becoming frequent at times, especially in the Pennines perhaps leading to 2-5cm in places. It will be a very cold Valentines Day, with temperatures staying around 2°C”.