Some colder weather around on Thursday but not lasting long as we again look to the Atlantic for our weather.
Thursday is probably going to be the coldest day of the winter so far. Generally cloudy, some bright spells but with a raw easterly breeze and don’t rule out the odd snow flurry especially towards the Pennines. Highs of 3’C.
Friday will dawn with a slight frost in most places after a cold night. The morning looks dry but turning cloudy and rain will soon spread in from the west, maybe preceded by a little snow on the Pennines. Turning milder later. Highs of 6’C.
The weekend is looking showery and windy. Some showers maybe wintry on the highest hills.
Saturday sees any early rain clearing to sunshine and blustery showers. Feeling cold in the wind which may produce gale-force gusts at times. Highs of 6’C.
Sunday looks a similar day as low pressure is nearby. Fewer showers as the day progresses. The wind still making it feel cold. Highs of 6’C.
Looking ahead the weather remains unsettled with further rain or showers being fed in on a breezy, southwesterly or westerly wind. Much to my disappointment, no sign of wintry, snowy conditions on the horizon.
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