24 Hour Forecast
16 January 2019 05:22
Today will be cold. Rain in the east and south will clear and there'll be dry and sunny weather for a time but showers will follow for the day and will be heavy at times, with the risk of thunder. The showers will be most frequent in the west but will become widespread through the afternoon. Highest temperatures generally will be just 4 or 5 degrees, just a degree or so higher at the coasts and lower in the northwest where the showers may turn wintry over the hills. Winds will be moderate westerly for a time before becoming variable then freshening from a northwesterly direction and becoming strong in the southwest.
Tonight will be mostly dry with just isolated showers. Temperatures will fall below freezing for all areas, down to between minus 1 and minus 2 degrees. Winds will be fresh to strong northwest to west and later becoming northerly.
Tomorrow, Thursday, will be mostly dry with increasing cloud in the west later in the evening. Temperatures will once again be 4 or 5 degrees in the afternoon at best and winds will be light to moderate northerly, becoming light variable for a time and freshening from the south later.
14 January 2019
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