Monday 10 March 2014
Frost and fog clearing this morning, to give a dry, bright day. Some good sunny spells developing, with only occasional passing clouds. Top afternoon temperatures 9 to 12 C.
Cold overnight tonight, with frost and fog returning. The fog may be dense in places, with some patches of freezing fog possible. Lowest temperatures zero to -2 C., with a few icy patches also.
Tuesday 11 March 2014
Tomorrow, Tuesday, will be dry and bright too, with sunny spells developing in most places. But there will be some cloudy periods too. Top temperatures generally 11 to 13 C., best in the Mid-West, but a little lower and fresher along the east and south coasts, in a light to moderate east to southeasterly breeze.
The outlook is for settled and mainly dry weather, with high pressure set to dominate, by and large. Temperatures will be a few degrees above normal by day, but the nights look set to be cold, with some frost and fog developing. Tuesday night will be dry and cold, with a mixture of clear spells and some cloudy periods. Lowest temperatures plus 1 to -2 C., with a sharp to severe frost and also some patches of mist and fog. Wednesday will be a dry, bright day, with a mixture of sunny spells and occasional cloudy periods. After a cold start, afternoon temperatures should reach 10 to 13 maybe 14 C., in light to moderate onshore breezes. But it will be cold overnight, with frost and some fog forming under any clear skies and temperatures will fall below freezing in places, once again. The mainly dry and fairly bright weather, looks set to continue through Thursday and Friday, with a mixture of sunny spells and occasional cloudy periods. A few light showers are possible at that stage, but any of these will be well scattered. Temperatures in the low to mid teens on Thursday, may fall back to more normal values on Friday.