We are now in mid-November and it looks like next week will see us feel the first chill of the approaching winter.
Thursday will be a windy day making it feel cold with a strong northwesterly across the region. Showers expected in the morning, easing away later. Highs of 8’C.
Friday will again be breezy and feeling cold after a chilly start. However, apart from a low shower risk early on it will be mainly dry with some bright spells in most areas. Highs of 9’C.
The weekend will feel a little milder.
Saturday could dawn a little misty or foggy then the day looks generally cloudy with the odd bright spell. Maybe patchy rain later on. Highs of 10’C.
Sunday will see any patchy rain clear through from the north and a cooler northwesterly wind will bring some brighter conditions. Highs of 9’C
Next week it turns colder, especially into Tuesday & Wednesday with northerly winds, overnight frosts and some wintry showers possible.
Some of the press are basically predicting a mini iceage (snigger). It will not be anything but a normal mid- to late-November cold snap that will bring frosts, snow showers to the our hills and some wintry showers to lower levels. So do not panic. We are looking at daytime temperatures of 4-5’C. So not exactly in the freezer!!
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