After severe gales yesterday and some snow in the 24 hours previous, the weather has been all-go recently.
Thursday will still be a very windy day with some scattered wintry showers which may fall as hail and snow on the hills. Feeling cold and turning chilly overnight with a slight frost and ice-risk. Highs of 5’C.
Friday starts cold and bright for much of the morning but soon becoming overcast with rain pushing up from the south during the afternoon with a strengthening south-easterly wind. Highs of 6’C.
Any early rain clearing on Saturday after giving some hill-snow for a time. Following on, bright spells and heavy wintry showers. Windy. Cold. Highs of 5’C.
Sunday looks the best day of the weekend. Bright spells and generally dry but don’t rule out the odd shower. Feeling cold though with highs of 5’C.
Generally drier and more settled next week after some rain early and late.
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