Updated 7pm, 12th March 2023
Drier and brighter with occasional sunny spells on Sunday, especially towards more eastern areas. Increasing cloud will bring some rain from the west by evening. Milder than of late, with thaw of lying snow and windy, particularly over higher ground. Maximum temperature 11°C.
On Monday the temperate will feel much warmer and continue to be mild with a high of 9°C. There could be heavy rain throughout the day into the evening. On Tuesday temperatures are forecast to drop again with a high of 2°C and some snow showers overnight and into the afternoon. Wednesday remains cold at around a maximum temperature of 3°C with some chance of snow in the afternoon. On Thursday the temperature increases again and will feel warmer with a high of 10°C in the afternoon, rain showers mixes with sunny spells.
Latest Update from Northern: 7pm, 12th March
Trains are now running between Buxton and Manchester.
Live data from Journey Checker / Northerm Trains app – trains are cancelled from Buxton to Disley on the Manchester line until further notice due to the severe weather conditions. Trains from Hazel Grove to Manchester continue to run. Trains back from Manchester are only going as far as Disley currently.
Live updates can be found here journeycheck.com/northern
Source: Northern Trains
High Peak Buses
7am, 12th March.
58 – Due to adverse weather conditions and fallen trees the 58 service will not running today.
No other updates today about other services, we assume they are running but cannot guarantee it.
High Peak Buses Twitter feed provides useful live information on their various services.
Source: High Peak Buses via Twitter @HighPeakLive
Road Conditions across the High Peak and Derbyshire
Derbyshire County Council – road closure update, as at 7pm, 12th March:
DCC and their farmer contractors have been out today to check on rural communities where there continued to be some road access issues caused by snow. Whilst it has been significantly warmer today, there’s potential for snow and cold temperatures in the north of the county over the coming days so we’ll continue to monitor the weather conditions closely.
- Holme Moss (A6024) will remain closed overnight because of snow on the Kirklees side of the road. They are working to clear the remaining snow and hope to reopen tomorrow morning.
- All other main roads closed because of the weather have now been reopened.
The following page will be updated when they get confirmation that Holme Moss has been reopened on the Kirklees side:
For the latest gritting activity, go to live updates here: apps.derbyshire.gov.uk/applications/latest-winter-update
Source: Derbyshire County Council
For the live updates and reports on local road conditions as well as the latest forecast for Buxton and the Peak District, go to buxtonweather.co.uk. Buxton Weather Watch (a different team) also provide very comprehensive and detailed information on their Facebook, which is updated throughout the day during spells of sever weather.