NEXT WEEK’S WEATHER
Monday: Cloudy and dry. Reasonably mild still. 8’C
Tuesday: Similar. Cloudy and dry but expecting light rain into the evening. Mild. 8’C
Wednesday: Light rain slowly spreads through the region. Cooler later. 7’C
Thursday: The change begins. Windy especially as the day goes on. Rain, heavy at times spreading south. Much colder air digs in and there is a chance the rain could turn to snow, especially on the higher ground but even to lower levels later. Icy and snow showers overnight giving a covering in places. 5’C
Friday: Bitterly cold with a keen strong northerly wind which will give a significant wind-chill. Some snow showers are expected which maybe heavy at times. These should ease away to our west later. 2’C but feeling like -5’C. Frosty and icy overnight.
Saturday: Sunny spells but still very cold. Winds easing so less of a wind-chill but a frosty start and evening. Odd isolated snow shower still possible. 4’C
Sunday-Monday: Dry with bright spells and starting to get milder again. 5-6’C