Will it snow again in Leeds this weekend? This is the Met Office forecast in full
The snow came down in Leeds on Friday morning bringing brief but heavy snow showers in parts of the city
Cookridge, Alwoodley, Beeston and other areas including the city centre enjoyed seasonal showers of the wintry weather at about 9am on Friday.
Sadly, the snow turned to sleet and the sleet turned to rain and the snow didn't end up settling in most parts of Leeds.
That was in stark contrast to the scene in parts of North Yorkshire on Thursday morning, which woke up to blizzard blasts which covered several country roads.
Will it snow again in Leeds this weekend? This is the Met Office forecast in full for Friday, Saturday and Sunday
This Evening and Tonight: Overcast with light but persistent rain this evening, turning to snow over high ground. Becoming largely dry with clear spells later, but colder with morning frosts and perhaps a few ice patches. Breezy along coastal areas. Minimum temperature -2 °C.
Saturday: Becoming occasionally cloudy after a sunny start, with a few showers spreading westwards. Rather cloudy and cold overnight, although any breaks are likely to be filled with fog. Maximum temperature 6 °C.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday: Dull and cold on Sunday and Monday, any fog slowly lifting into low cloud. Coastal showers likely. Cloudy and breezy Tuesday, rather dry. Staying cold.
Are there any yellow weather warnings in place for Yorkshire?
A yellow weather warning for snow and ice has been issued for South Yorkshire, including in Penistone and Sheffield.
The warning says: "A mixture of rain, sleet, and snow will remain slow moving over the next few hours, causing tricky driving conditions
"Some roads and railways likely to be affected with longer journey times by road, bus and train services
"Increased likelihood of traffic collisions due to tricky driving conditions."
In Edale, the Mountain Rescue Team has been warning people about driving or walking in the snowy conditions.
A statement said "The snow is here and settling on the tops.
"If you have to make that journey then remember to pack those extras in your vehicle in case the worst happens and you find yourself stuck.
"Shovel, sleeping bag/blanket, torch and spare batteries, phone charger, appropriate footwear in case you have to walk, extra clothing and waterproofs, flask with warm drink and some food.
"Check the weather reports. It's a good time to check the condition of your vehicle battery too."
A warning has also been issued to drivers to take care on the M62 motorway.
The Met Office said: "Sleet and snow continues to fall across parts of the Midlands in particular, so allow extra time if travelling this evening"