It now actually feels like late-November, as we undergo a cold spell of weather. However, the forecast looks much drier and slightly more settled after what was a wild Wednesday morning.
Thursday will be bright with sunny spells and the odd isolated wintry shower. Any showers will ease later. Chilly with highs of 6’C.
Friday will be dry and bright after a cold patchy-frost start. Another cold day ahead with light winds and highs of 5’C.
The weekend promises to be dry but with some frosts and an increasing risk of freezing fog.
Saturday will be bright with sunny spells but some areas may remain overcast after a misty or foggy start. Frost possible early and late. Highs of 5’C.
Sunday again will start cold with frost where skies have been clear the longest. There is also a higher risk of freezing fog.
Where fog lifts we should have bright spells but some fog may lift into low cloud. Highs of 6’C but much colder if fog persists.
The outlook suggests high pressure to stay in charge; keeping us settled and dry with the cold-theme continuing, giving some patchy fog and frost.
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