Issued at 12:10 on Wednesday 19th November
November is passing by without anything wintry and that looks likely to remain the case. To be fair it isn’t officially winter yet, so fingers crossed for some snow in December.
On Thursday we will see a settled day across the region but with mainly cloudy skies. Some brightness possible and average temperatures. Highs of 10’C.
No frost worries as we enter Friday but it will feel a little chilly as we develop a freshening south-easterly wind. Hopefully it will stay dry during daylight hours and again mainly cloudy. Rain should arrive from the west as we head into the evening and night. Highs of 9’C.
The weekend isn’t too great with low pressure close by but hopefully it settles down a little on Sunday.
Saturday looks set to start off wet with rain at times, some of which could be heavy. This will push eastwards during the day introducing showery conditions with some brightness and a fresh breeze. Highs of 11’C.
There is a possibility of some more prolonged rain Saturday night into Sunday morning with cooler weather following on behind. Sunday should then see sunshine with the low risk of a shower. A chilly night is possible with cooler air and clearing skies so some ground frost is likely. Highs of 9’C.
Looking ahead is a little tricky. It can’t decide whether to settle down with some brightness and chilly nights or continue to be unsettled. However, for now, nothing majorly cold and probably just showery.
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