THE latest Met Office forecast shows when snow is expected to fall in Bradford next week.

Light snow is currently forecast in Bradford between noon and 9pm on Tuesday.

It is important to point out that the forecast is subject to change. 

According to the Met Office, a northerly airflow will bring cold Arctic air to the UK from tomorrow.

With chilly conditions in charge and the potential for snow and ice for some from tomorrow, travel plans could be impacted.

RAC Breakdown spokesperson Simon Williams urged drivers to prepare now.

He said: "Having a few essential items in the boot no matter what distance you're going can make a massive difference in a breakdown situation in freezing conditions.

"A warm, waterproof coat, sturdy footwear and gloves, along with a blanket and a power bank to keep your phone charged are vital.

"While no one sets out to break down or get stuck in very cold, potentially snowy conditions, there are far too many instances where drivers have underestimated the severity of the conditions and found themselves in danger.

"It's far better to prepare for the worst and hope for the best."

Meanwhile, the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has a cold health alert in force, warning of the weather's potential to have a "significant" impact on the health and social care sector.

Dr Agostinho Sousa, head of extreme events and health protection at UKHSA, said it was "vital" to check in on friends, family and neighbours.