It’s been a dull and dank few days, and although mild, it really does feel like winter is closing in, but will we see snow any time soon?
Thursday: Cloud and rain will move south during the day with some heavy bursts for the afternoon. It will dry up during the evening as colder air arrives from the north. Ground-frost overnight. Max 9°C
Friday: A lovely autumnal day with plenty of sunshine. Much colder. Widespread frost overnight. Lows of -6°C possible in rural spots. Max 6°C
Weekend: Cold, frosty and dry with a risk of fog.
Saturday: Frosty and possible foggy start. Sunny spells and dry. The frost will persist all day in places. Cloud encroaching from the southwest later in the day. Cold. Max 5°C
Sunday: Any risk of rain with hill-snow looks set to stay away to the south so a bright day and dry albeit cold again. Frost likely overnight. Max 6°C
Outlook: High pressure builds and we lock in the cold air, so the first few days of December will be chilly and dry with sunny spells and frosty/foggy nights. Below average temperatures but recovering from midweek as the cold air looks like slipping away.
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Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 27th of November 2019 at 3:30pm.