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Weather: Forecast in full as snow predicted across Harrogate district

The Met Office has put a yellow weather warning in place as the Harrogate district is set to be hit by heavy snow once again.

Here we go again! The Met Office has put a yellow weather warning in place for North and West Yorkshire from 9pm tonight (Monday 1st February) as the Harrogate district is set to be hit by another day of heavy snow. The warning, which covers Harrogate, Ripon and Leeds among other areas, will remain in place until midnight on Wednesday 3rd February. Forecasts predict heavy snow in Harrogate from the early hours of tomorrow morning, around 4am, until early afternoon. And it looks like there will be widespread travel disruption and road closures once again, with some rural communities cut off if it does snow heavily. [caption id="attachment_6256" align="alignnone" width="2214"] Harrogate and most of North Yorkshire are expecting snow on Tuesday morning Photo: Met Office[/caption] Snow is expected to stop in the early afternoon for the Harrogate district before heavy rain sets in tomorrow evening. There will also be patches of rain throughout the day on Wednesday, before the Met Office yellow weather warning comes to an end at midnight. We'll keep you updated on all the school closures and travel information with our live blog. Keep on top of the forecast with Your Harrogate Weather. Read more local stories from Your Harrogate here.

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