31/1/19 Latest 36 hour forecast
Cloud gradually increasing with rain arriving across the island by mid/late afternoon and the rain will turn increasingly to snow in more central, western and northern parts of the island with the risk of significant accumulations.
Temperature 4’c to 5’c but falling through the afternoon
Wind SE 23mph gusting to 30mph becoming 27mph gusting to 42mph
Rainfall 3-5mm (possibly falling as snow 2-3cm)
A cloudy and cold night with outbreaks of sleet and snow away from windward coasts with rain in more coastal areas. Further snow accumulations are possible at times, especially in central and western parts of the island as well as over the hills.
Temperature 1’c to 3’c
Wind ESE 26mph gusting to 41mph becoming ENE13-19mph
Rainfall 2-3mm (possibly falling as snow 1-2cm)
A cold and mostly cloudy day with the odd snow shower at first. A little brightness may develop during the afternoon with the odd sunny spell.
Temperature 3’c to 4’c
Wind NE 19-24mph