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Weather wc 24th November

Posted by Beppo Buchanan-Smith on Nov 24, 2013 12:44:00 PM

The festive season is almost upon us and at least we are thinking about the festive period given the celebration across the pond of Thanksgiving- well at least it gives us an excuse to trial run the Roast Turkey on the trolley and get us thinking of cranberry sauce and roaring log fires. So after a week of colder conditions should we expect snow and ice or mild and warm conditions this week?

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Today: After a cold night it will be clear skies so dry with some sunny or clear intervals. 

Monday: A dry day with variable cloud and some sunny spells though some pockets of freezing fog may last well into the morning. Frost at first and returning to some areas soon after dark. 

Tuesday:  Dry with variable cloud and some clear spells. These will lead to a touch of frost especially in glens

Wednesday: A dry bright day with some sunny spells, though with a few freezing fog patches lingering into the day. Perhaps some light showers over higher hills.

Thursday: Cloudier with some rain for a time, turning milder and breezy. Mainly dry though some patchy rain is likely in the evening.

Friday: Strong winds and rain will push in through Friday, with colder air and blustery showers following, some of which will be wintry in the north.

Saturday: Through the weekend, most areas will remain dry with variable cloud and sunny spells by day, and frost and fog by night. 

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