Today: Any early freezing fog patches should clear to leave a dry and fine day with sunny spells. Despite the sunshine it will remain cold, accentuated by the increasing southeasterly wind later. Maximum Temperature 5 °C.
Tonight: Soon becoming cloudy with extensive hill fog and mist spreading north into the evening. Becoming milder but also generally wet and windy later, with coastal gales. Minimum Temperature -3 °C.
Friday: Generally windy, with heavy rain continuing east, perhaps causing localised flooding in the south. Brighter and calmer conditions should follow later, but with further heavy showers for some. Maximum Temperature 10 °C.
Icy by night, chilly by day - brace yourself for a cold week ahead.
High pressure keeps the weather chilly by day, icy by night, with an increasing risk of freezing fog.
High pressure this weeks means mainly cold bright days and icy cold nights.