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released at 08:50 on Saturday 14 December 2019


Conditions will remain cyclonic across the UK today as a series of lows converge to produce quite a complex low pressure system with a tangle of weather fronts.


It is a dry picture currently across the county, but it won't be long before we see some showers and some of these could have some hail mixed in. Somewhat drier conditions will come through during the afternoon, but a band of heavy rain will track eastwards through the county this evening, clearing to showers overnight. There will be a fait amount of cloud around, although we could see some brief glimpses of sunshine through the afternoon. The breeze will remain a moderate west or south-westerly. Temperatures today will peak at around 7C, falling overnight to 3C.


Following some showery rain overnight, Sunday morning should be dry across the county, this dry weather just about hanging on through the afternoon before further showers develop through the evening.Again, there will be a fair amount of cloud around, but equally there could be some brighter spells.  It will remain quite a breezy day with a moderate or occasionally fresh south-westerly. Highs will reach 8C falling overnight to 4C with the showers generally clearing south-eastwards. Monday should be a fine day across the county. The wind will ease to a light westerly and we should see some good spells of sunshine coming through. Temperatures will show little sign of change with highs of 7C falling overnight to 3C.


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