If you’re heading out on a Christmas party this weekend, you might want to add a few extra layers, as Doncaster braces itself for more sub-zero temperatures overnight.
High pressure sweeping in from Iceland and Greenland will bring with it dry weather and clear skies tonight (November 30).
A spokesperson for the Met Office said: “Areas of freezing fog will form, becoming locally dense, particularly in the west.”
It’s good news if you have plans for tomorrow, as the frost will clear to give way to sunny spells .
It will stay chilly though, with a maximum temperature of just 6 °C forecast.
What is freezing fog?
When fog forms in sub-zero temperatures, water droplets in the air remain liquid. In the UK, we get freezing fog under clear skies and calm conditions.