Buses being diverted due to snow in Halifax - latest forecast in full

Buses are being diverted in parts of West Yorkshire as heavy snow has been falling for several hours.

Saturday, 23rd January 2021, 10:16 am
Updated Saturday, 23rd January 2021, 10:32 am
A bus struggling in the snow last week (file photo)

Service 592 in Halifax has been forced to divert this morning from its usual route onto Red Leeds road, after Mount Road became inaccessible due to snow.

The diversion comes after snow began to fall this morning in parts of West Yorkshire.

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The news comes just a week after heavy snow fell across Leeds and Halifax.

In Leeds, heavy snow fell for hours as a thick blanketing made conditions very difficult.

This weekend, forecasters say icy conditions will return, with more snow possible and a lot of ice everywhere else.

The forecast for Leeds, Halifax and West Yorkshire:


After a cold and frosty start many areas will have a dry, sunny but cold day. However, cloudier conditions will persist across the Pennines, with scattered wintry showers here. This evening temperatures will quickly fall. Maximum temperature 3 °C.


Isolated wintry showers may continue across the Pennines, but most places will be dry with clear periods, with possibly some patchy freezing fog forming. A widespread sharp frost will develop. Minimum temperature -6 °C.


After a very frosty start it will remain cold with temperatures hardly climbing above freezing, despite sunny spells and light winds, once any early patchy freezing fog slowly clears. Maximum temperature 3 °C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

Frosty start then cold with sunny spells, and mainly dry, for Monday. Widespread overnight frost. Tuesday mainly dry and bright, then snow overnight. Wednesday any residual snow easing, becoming milder.