High Pressure is in charge of the weather this week and it's not going anywhere fast. The positive to this is that it will stay mostly dry, the negative is we'll be chasing the cloud around.
It will remain cloudy for the rest of today with occasional spots of drizzle. Temperatures are lower than we would expect for late February with highs of just 5c. The wind is coming in from the north-east.
Tonight, not a great deal changes with cloudy skies and some drizzle in the air. Temperatures will dip close to freezing despite the cloud cover.
Expect a cloudy start to the day tomorrow, once again there will be some light rain in the air but it will be mostly dry.
As we move into the afternoon the cloud will break up and we will see much more brightness than of late.
It will be dry too and feeling a few degrees milder with highs of 8c, more around what we would expect for the time of year.
Thursday is looking like a dry and bright day with plenty of sunny spells on offer and similar feel to Wednesday in terms of temperatures.
A weak cold front will bring more cloud giving us a grey end to the week.
Saturday looks dry with sunny spells although it will start to feel cooler again in the wind. Saturday night into Sunday is expected to be frosty.