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Cloudy with rain, hill snow in the morning, brighter afternoon.


Rather cloudy in the morning with outbreaks of rain and hill snow. Becoming drier and brighter by the afternoon especially around the Argyll coast although still a few showers carried in the brisk northwesterly winds. Maximum temperature 6 °C.


Fresh northwesterly winds will give a few showers around western coast but drier and clearer inland with a frost likely in sheltered areas. Minimum temperature 1 °C.


A mainly dry day with a lot sunshine around, light winds too. Cloud spreading east during the evening with rain for the Argyll coast later. Maximum temperature 5 °C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

A wet day Monday with some snow on higher ground, strong winds later. A brief interlude of brighter conditions on Tuesday before further rain and strong winds later and Wednesday.


UK long range weather forecast

A largely unsettled start to the period, with showers likely for most and a chance of snow across northern Scotland. Showers, as well as some longer spells of rain continuing into Wednesday with blustery winds, particularly over high ground. These unsettled conditions are likely to continue for the rest of the period with longer spells of rain affecting most of the country, with the potential to turn heavy in southern areas. Following these periods of rain, showery conditions are likely, with a chance of snow even at lower elevations. Feeling cold in the north, with the potential to spread further south at times. Towards the end of the period, more settled conditions likely with mild temperatures, but the chance of some cold interludes bringing a risk of frost.


Getting into the Christmas period, it is likely to be milder than earlier in the month, with temperatures near to above normal, although some colder spells remain possible. It is likely to become more settled around Christmas and towards New Year with increased chance of overnight frost and fog during clearer spells.


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