It’s been a lovely winter’s day today. An icy frosty start then blue skies before some cloud arrived from the northeast. It’s bad news if you want the sun to stick around, as the last 2 days’ weather isn’t set to last.
Thursday: Cloudy, chilly and mostly dry away from the hills where the cloud could be low enough to produce some drizzle or mist. Max 6°C
Friday: Bright spells during the day as the cloud will tend to break up a little. Dry but some rain overnight. Max 8°C
Weekend: Some rain at first.
Saturday: Cloudy and a little windy at first and any rain clearing to bright spells and showers as a cold front heads through. Fresh and breezy. Max 9°C
Sunday: Mostly cloudy again. Some isolated showers possible early and late but very scattered. Max 9°C
Outlook: Some spells of unsettled weather with rain followed by showers. Milder before these bands of rain but colder and windier after them. No sign of significant cold although some of the showers later next week could be wintry on the hills.
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Forecast Issued at 17:30 on Wednesday the 9th of January 2019.