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Weather Forecast 11th November

Posted by Beppo Buchanan-Smith on Nov 11, 2012 8:34:00 AM

As we loook out this monring it is easy to see that the seasons are chnaging with snow on the the surrounding peaks and our boilers in full flow as the temperature differnece between outside na din begins to grow and mor ejackets pile up at the back door as everyone starts work. No more short sleeves and short trousers- well not until next spring!

DSC 7041  late autumn view towards appin and morven hills from Eriska  MEDIUM resized 600

Anyway whats ahead for this week in terms of weather forecast?

Today: After a cool night it should be a dry morninga nd could remain the same way all day- fingers crossed! Most places staying dry with sunny spells.

Monday: A damper night leads to still a few showers at first over higher ground. Otherwise dry and bright with plenty of sunshine. Feeling cold in the northwesterly breeze although winds becoming light this afternoon.

Tuesday: Dry, clear and frosty at first, then becoming cloudy with rain reaching most places later  although temperatures will recover due to strengthening southerly winds.

Wednesday: Cloudy with outbreaks of rain, heavy at times, especially over high ground. Drier weather will follow  later in the afternoon.

Thursday: Staying cloudy with further outbreaks of rain  heavy at times with fresh southerly winds.

Friday: Drier, brighter weather will start to push in although the colder front will start to allow snow to grow on high peaks

Saturday: After a damp week this will be the best day with cool morning and defionete frost giving way to a sunnier day and calmer conditions.