Bradford and other areas of West Yorkshire are set to see some levels of snowfall next week.

It comes as one of the latest Met Office forecasts has revealed the exact day and time it will arrive across the region.

The forecasters have said that “potentially impactful snow is possible" as we head into next week due to a wave of cold Arctic air on its way.

However, with around a week to go until that transition occurs, the Met Office said there’s still “plenty of detail to work out.”

Deputy chief meteorologist David Hayter explained: “While the initial snow risk from Sunday (January 14) onwards is looking most likely to be coastal areas in the north of the UK, including North Sea and Irish Sea coasts, there’s an ongoing likelihood of some disruptive snow through the middle to latter part of next week.

“What we’re keeping an eye on for this disruptive snow is where exactly this milder air from the southwest bumps into the cold air that will be in place over the UK.

“It’s where these airmasses meet that there’s a likelihood of some substantial snow for some places.

“At the moment, models are showing us a variety of options for exactly when and how this situation plays out and it’s something we’ll be able to add more details to in the coming days.”

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But when will there be snow where you are? Let’s take a look at the Met Office map.

See exact date it will snow in Bradford next week

According to the Met Office’s precipitation map, Bradford and surrounding areas could expect to wake up to snow on Tuesday, January 16.

More than 4mm per hour could fall from around 3am.

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The Met Office said: “Often cloudy across clearing central and southern areas at first. Thereafter, turning colder from the North, with brisk northerly winds likely developing widely across of the UK, bringing a risk of snow showers, most frequent across the north.

“Temperatures remaining cold, and a marked wind chill especially in the north. There is risk of unsettled weather pushing in from the south through this period, which could lead to a band of snow and sleet where it meets the colder air across the country.

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“Confidence is low with regards the timing of the arrival of any such disturbance, but there is an increasing risk of something potentially disruptive at some point in this period.

“Widespread frosts continue to be a feature by night, with a risk of ice in places.”

You can keep up to date with the weather forecast where you are on the Met Office website.