Heavy showers will pop up late-morning and during the afternoon, bringing hail to many, and snow over the hills.
A bitter north wind will make it feel cold everywhere.
Maximum temperature 10 °C.
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Hail, sleet and snow showers are expected to become frequent overnight and at first on Tuesday morning.
Heavier snowfall is likely to affect higher level routes where 2-5 cm of snow may accumulate in places, whilst 1 to 2 cm is possible to lower levels.
Some transport routes may be affected, with journeys requiring longer travel times.
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Cloud and patchy rain will quickly clear south during the morning introducing brighter but colder conditions.
During the afternoon there will be sunny spells and maybe a few wintry showers, especially over the hills.
Maximum temperature 11 °C.