More unsettled weather on the way but maybe something a little more wintry at times especially into next week.
Thursday sees a band of squally rain race through during the morning. Turning colder as it clears away later with bright spells and the odd wintry shower afterwards which will be of snow on the Pennines. Feeling colder. Highs of 5’C.
Friday is likely to be icy with patchy frost and fog to start before more cloud and rain spreads from the west. Highs of 6’C.
Saturday will start cloudy with some bright spells. Windy with blustery showers and slightly milder air during the day. Highs of 7’C.
Sunday will be cloudy with rain at times spreading in from the west. It will be particularly heavy at times. It will also be very windy with gale-force gusts likely in exposed places. Turning colder later with a chance of hill-snow. Highs of 6’C.
Looking ahead, it looks likely, for a few days, that we will see an increasing risk of seeing some wintry showers. So hill-snow becomes a possibility with a chance of it being seen at lower levels. Certainly one to watch.
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