A snow warning remains in force for Preston and Lancashire throughout Tuesday.Advertisement
Dubbed ‘The Beast from the East’ around 2inches of snow fell in places during the early hours of Tuesday (27 February) morning.
The Met Office has a yellow weather warning, the lowest warning, in force for the rest of Tuesday saying more snow is likely.
Below is your hour-by-hour breakdown of the weather forecast for the city.
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10am – Still at freezing point, and a 50 per cent chance of more snow
11am – Starting to brighten up, still freezing though. Chance of snow falls to five per cent.
12noon – Enjoy that ONE degree of temperature, a 10 per cent chance of snow
1pm – Snow risk falls away sharply to just five per cent
2pm – Chance of a light flurry, still some sunshine but falls back to freezing and a 30 per cent chance of snow
3pm – Back to one degrees and the sun is out. Tropical!
4pm – Still one degree, and a 10 per cent chance of snow. Still sunny though.
5pm – Sun starts to disappear, temperature back to freezing
6pm – As the sun sets, the risk of snow increases. 30 per cent chance of snow and we’re down to minus one.
7pm – The strongest chance of another snow flurry, 80 per cent chance and temperatures fall to minus two
8pm – Temperatures stay at minus two and there’s a 30 per cent chance of snow
9pm – Still minus two but the snow risk falls away to five per cent
10pm – Low of minus three for the day, and a five per cent snow risk
11pm – Back up to a 50 per cent risk of snow, and it is minus three still
There’s a chance of more snow flurries on Wednesday as temperatures stay below freezing all day – but it’s not expected to be heavy. Lows of minus five.
On Thursday we won’t see temperatures go above freezing but there’s a very low risk of more snow.