3/12/18 Latest forecast for the next 24 hours
Showers will be on and off throughout the day but also with sunny spells in between. Some places may see frequent showers whilst other places may see very few although if you catch a shower it may be heavy with the risk of hail or a rumble of thunder.
Temperature 12’c to 13’c
Wind WSW 23mph gusting to 35mph
Rainfall 1-4mm (localised rainfall likely)
Showers clearing away through the evening to leave a mostly dry night. As the winds fall light a few mist patches are likely to form away from windward coasts as well as a ground frost and possibly a slight air frost too.
Temperature 2’c to 4’c widely but as low as 0’c in a few sheltered rural spots but as high as 7’c on windward coasts
Wind NW 16-23mph becoming 10-16mph
A cold start to the day with a frost in some places as well as some mist and fog patches in sheltered rural spots away from windward coasts. It will be a bright or even sunny start in many places though but the cloud will gradually increase as we move through the day. During the afternoon the cloud will thicken further to bring some mostly light rain by evening.
Temperature 8’c to 9’c in the east and south but closer to 5’c to 6’c in central, northern and western parts
Wind NNW 2-6mph becoming ESE 7-12mph during the afternoon