Information from The Met Office
Today 24th April:
Feeling significantly colder than last week with fresh to strong northerly winds bringing occasional showers that increasingly turn wintry from the north. Some brighter spells between the showers. Maximum temperature 5 °C.
Further wintry showers hurrying across the Northern Isles on the brisk and biting north to northwest winds. However outbreaks will tend to dwindle a little overnight. Minimum temperature -1 °C.
Tuesday 25th April:
Similar to Monday, feeling cold in the wintry showers and brief brighter spells. However north to northwest winds easing a little from the south so probably not feeling as bitter. Maximum temperature 5 °C.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Showers and brighter spells, initially wintry, but turning more to rain from south from later Wednesday. North to northwest winds easing light Thursday, before turning south to southeast for Friday.
Updated: 05:00 (UTC+1) on Mon 24 Apr 2023
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