Issued at 08:30 on Wednesday 26th of November
After frosts to start our week and a few cold days to follow, milder nights are set to return.
Thursday will be a fairly cloudy day but with some occasional sunny spells and hopefully dry. A breeze should start to pick up later in the day making it feel chilly. Highs of 8°C.
More in the way of cloud on Friday but most of us dry but less sunshine than Thursday and a risk of some rain towards the eastern side of the region. A noticeable south-easterly breeze making it chilly but temperatures on the rise. Highs of 11°C.
As we go into the weekend it looks like we keep the weather fronts at bay.
Saturday will be mainly cloudy, some bright spells especially to the west and a slight breeze. Highs of 10°C.
The pattern continues into Sunday. Remaining mainly dry, generally overcast with a murky morning likely. Odd bright spell and breezy. Cooler. Highs of 8°C.
Looking ahead and we officially start the Meteorological winter but no sign of our first snowfall. It will remain mainly cloudy and cool. Any cloud-breaks overnight will lead to some patchy frost.
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