I hope you all had a great Christmas and I wish you all the best for 2017. Here’s hoping for some snow in the early months of next year. At the moment, the start of January is looking like it will offer us some good cold spells and increase the chances of snow.
Thursday: After a foggy start, more cloud than recent days but remaining dry. Limited sunshine so feeling colder. Max 4°C
Friday: Mostly cloudy but generally dry. Just a chance of some drizzle developing later, especially on the hills. A fresh southwesterly wind picking up introducing milder air. Max 8°C
Saturday (New Year’s Eve): A mostly dry cloudy morning, then some patchy rain is possible into the afternoon and evening. Further, more prolonged rain, will arrive overnight followed by much colder air from the Arctic. Max 8°C
Sunday (New Year’s Day): Sunny spells and wintry showers as colder air reaches all parts from the north. Some showers will fall as hail or sleet with snow showers above 300M. Max 4°C
Outlook: Remaining cold but with a lot of dry weather. Frosts and fog at night. Sunny spells during the day.
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