At least we are having a bit of a winter this time after last year’s poor attempt.
After sleet and snow showers Wednesday night, don’t be surprised to wake up to a snow-cover in some places. The theme continues on Thursday with frequent sleet or snow showers and a strong bitter north-westerly wind making it feel sub-zero. Further accumulations of snow likely in some localised areas, especially on higher ground but as is the case with showers, not everywhere sees enough to give a covering. Max 4’C.
Friday is another day of wintry showers. However it shouldn’t feel as cold with less of a wind and the showers should be more scattered. Still feeling cold though. Max 5’C.
An icy, frosty and maybe foggy start to Saturday. Sunny spells with some scattered sleet and snow showers. Cold breeze from the North Pole. Max 3’C.
Sunday in general looks a drier day with some bright spells. Odd snow shower may persist on the hills. Remaining very cold with a moderate frost early and late. Max 3’C.
Looking ahead high pressure should build in bringing settled conditions but we stay under the influence of cold air so frost and fog become the main concern.
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