Sorry it’s a day late. Well what a busy few days that was, and nice to see some snowfall in the early stages of winter. It was a shame (a lot were relieved) that Sunday’s snowfall, which would have been 6 inches or more, ended up further south. Maybe next time…..
Thursday afternoon: Some bright spells but also some wintry showers. Feeling bitter in the fresh westerly wind. During the evening and overnight a band of rain will move south which could be wintry on higher ground. Max 5°C
Friday: Breezy with Arctic air returning so feeling very cold after a frosty and icy start. Some sunny spells and wintry showers possible, especially to the northeast, so a chance of some hail or snow falling again. Max 4°C
Weekend: Saturday’s the better day.
Saturday: Still cold with a sunny start but clouding over later in the day. I’m hopeful it does remain dry for most. Max 4°C
Sunday: A change on the way, rain arrives from the southwest and with it much milder air so temperatures lifting. Max 8°C
Outlook: Staying milder than recently with temperatures close to double-figures and with it plenty of cloud which brings a chance of hill-fog and some drizzle or light rain. Look out on Twitter for forecasts for Christmas Day. Early thoughts are, no chance of a White Christmas.
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Forecast Issued at 12:50pm on Thursday the 14th of December 2017