Heavy snow now forecast for North Staffordshire from 8pm on Tuesday


Stoke-on-Trent and surrounding areas of North Staffordshire and South Cheshire now look set to see some heavy snow showers over the coming few days.

Met Office weather forecasts now show snow – which has been relatively uncommon so far this winter – is likely across most of the region overnight from tomorrow and into Wednesday.

The forecasts for the region have now started to firm up and here is the current weather forecast for areas tomorrow evening (Tuesday February 25).

All information from the Met Office hour-by-hour forecast and subject to change.

Burslem : Sleet from around 7pm, with heavy snow starting after 8pm before easing off at around 11pm and continuing into the early hours and into Wednesday morning.

Fenton: Sleet from around 7pm, with heavy snow starting after 8pm before easing off at around 11pm and continuing into the early hours and into Wednesday morning.

Newcastle-under-Lyme:  Snow from around 8pm.

Kidsgrove : Sleet from around 6pm, with heavy snow starting after 8pm before easing off at around 10pm and continuing into the early hours and into Wednesday morning.

Snow forecast for Burslem tomorrow afternoon

Leek:  Heavy snow from around 7pm and continuing for much of the night

Cheadle:   Snow from around 8pm

Crewe:  Mainly sleet for most of the evening but the possibility of some snow in the early hours

Congleton:  Snow from around 8pm and continuing for most of the night

Stone:   Mainly sleet but the possibility of some snow in the early hours of Wednesday morning

Stafford: Mainly sleet and rain overnight but the possibility of some snow early on Wednesday

Snow earlier this month caused widespread traffic and travel disruption.

As previously mentioned all this is subject to change and it is unclear if any of the snow will stick given rain is also forecast earlier in the day in many areas.

Councils across the area have their gritters out on key routes this evening.





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