Here’s a look at the Met Office forecast for each Greater Manchester borough

It wasn’t quite the white Christmas we see in all those festive movies.
But there was a dusting of snow across Greater Manchester on Christmas Day.
However, things quickly turned to strong winds and heavy rain as Storm Bella began its approach on Boxing Day.
The Met Office has since issued a yellow weather warning for snow and ice beginning at 6pm tonight (Sunday) into Monday morning.
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Therefore sleet, snow and flooding is all expected in parts of Greater Manchester as the extreme weather front kicks in.
But what is it going to be like where you are? Here’s a look at the Met Office forecast borough-by-borough.
After a bout of heavy rain at around 4pm, Rochdale residents can expect sleet for a few hours from 5pm before heavy snow is predicted from 6pm before turning lighter at around 8pm.
Oldham is seeing a similar pattern of weather with heavy snow showers forecast from around 5pm – turning to sleet later in the evening.
Over in Tameside, residents should probably not be digging out their sledge as the Met Office forecasts snow from around 7pm after an afternoon of heavy rain and sleet.
Bury and Bolton
Bury and Bolton residents may see some snow tonight with heavy showers predicted from 7pm – but this is after a bout of heavy rain in the early evening. It will turn to sleet from around 9pm.
Salford, Stockport, Manchester, Trafford and Wigan
Those in Salford, Stockport and Manchester itself should also forget about building a snowman as only heavy rain and sleet is predicted for the area before an overcast evening.
Anyone in Trafford should also expect a rainy afternoon and evening with the Met Office not predicting any snow.
And over in Wigan, it looks set to be a washout with rain getting heavier from 2pm with chances of hail thrown in.