SOME of the coldest weather of the winter so far is set to hit town.
That was the warning today from Huddersfield meteorologist Paul Stevens, who predicted snow and freezing temperatures.
He said there was the possibility of one or two heavier snow showers, especially over the Pennines.
"At this stage only 2 to 5cm, a couple of inches, is likely, which may cause some travel disruption.
"Maximum temperatures will again remain just above freezing in Pennine Huddersfield.
"However the wind chill - how it actually feels in the wind when you are out and about - will be marked. It will feel bitterly cold as the wind freshens further, with wind chills around -4°C (25°F) through parts of the days."
He said the snow threat would move away as less- cold weather moves down slowly from the north during Wednesday.