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National Forecast

29 November 2023 21:18


Very cold tonight, with a few well scattered showers, the focus of these across eastern counties. Some of these will turn wintry, with a dusting of snow possible, especially over higher ground. Some frost and ice too, particularly for sheltered areas. Lowest temperatures of -3 to +2 degrees in light to moderate northeast winds.


Some frost or ice starting out on Thursday with a light dusting of snow locally. While many areas will be dry with sunny spells, a few well scattered showers will occur too, some wintry early on across the east and southeast. Very cold with highest temperature of 3 to 6 degrees. Rather brisk northeast winds will make for a wind chill factor, decreasing light later.

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