According to Met Éireann, it will be cloudy but mainly dry on Monday and Tuesday, with temperatures in the low teens, although rain will start to fall and become persistent on Tuesday night. This easterly component to the breeze should help keep high temperatures from really taking off but we should still see the numbers climb to above normal levels.
A few spotty showers will be possible by late afternoon ahead of the approaching cold front.
With moisture flowing into the region from the Gulf of Mexico Monday night into Tuesday, the region could seethe potential for a brief period of moderate to heavy rainfall Tuesday night into Wednesday. The chances of rain inland are lower.
THERE'S GOING TO be no break in the cold weather over the coming days with sleet and snow forecast later this week. The good news is the ground temperatures are much too warm for anything to stick around. Highest temperatures of just 3 to 6 degrees with moderate to fresh north to northwest winds. Rain amounts of around one-half inch are likely.
Met Éireann says the likelihood of snow will increase in the evening and night as temperatures drop to -2 degrees.
WEATHER OUTLOOK CHILLY Snow will start to fall over Scotland from Thursday
The cold is expected to spread across the South and into the Northeast at midweek, following a band of soaking rain.
Happy Monday! There is patchy fog in some spots, especially to the south and east of Meridian this morning, otherwise partly cloudy skies will continue through the morning with temperatures in the mid-40s.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny; high of 44.
The latest forecast is the most recent indication that the United Kingdom is set for its coldest December for seven years, breaking a cycle of unusually milder weather for the time of year.
If you've got Christmas lights or any other outside holiday decorations, this weekend might be your best chance to get them up in comfortable weather.
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