In case you hadn’t noticed: Christmas is coming!
There isn’t a surer sign of the looming winter than having the festivities of the season stuffed down your throat. With streets and shopping centers lined top-to-bottom with lights and decorations, Christmas jumpers out of retirement and the occasional Christmas song starting to make an appearance on many a sound system, it’s only a matter of time before we’re dropped into below freezing temperatures and left to rely on this Christmas cheer to see us through the worst of it. Bah humbug!
The upcoming week, though still largely mild, will show a noticeable temperature drop compared to previous weeks with daily highs dropping into single digits for frequently.
Today: Due to remain dry though largely cloudy.
Monday: Another dry day ahead, with some intervals of sunshine in the early afternoon
Tuesday: Light rainfall to begin the day, getting progressively heavier in the afternoon. Though predicted to clear up in the evening.
Wednesday: More rain showers to dominate the day, with some burst of sunshine in the afternoon and moderate gusts from the east.
Thursday: Sporadic showers and bursts of sunshine scattered throughout the day.
Friday: Things seem to remain largely the same, with rain and some intermittent sunny spells.
Saturday: The week ends with little change as the forecast predicts more rainfall.
So it seem that the mild season prevails for another week, easing our minds after scottish weather forecasts warned of Arctic blasts this month! So make sure to wrap up warm and enjoy it while you can - who knows what to expect in coming weeks!