Cold with wintry, sometimes squally showers, falling as snow on hills, with possible hail and thunder.
Sunny spells are expected between showers, but feeling cold with strong northerly winds.
Maximum temperature 8 °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.
Early morning rain will clear, then brighter with sunny spells, but turning colder with wintry showers.
Showers will be squally and fall as snow above 300 metres later with slight accumulations possible on hills.
Winds will become strong and gusty. Maximum temperature 10 °C.
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A chilly and frosty start, followed by a cloudy and cool but dry day for most, with some bright or sunny spells.
Maximum temperature 11 °C.