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released at 07:20 on Monday 18 November 2019


A ridge of high pressure is now building in across much of the country and this will stay with us until the latter half of the week when another set of frontal systems will edge eastwards.


It is a promising sort of day today. Early cloud will gradually dissolve away to leave a fine day with some decent sunny spells. It will remain chilly though with highs not climbing much above 7C. The breeze will be generally light and from the north, falling to a flat calm this evening and overnight. Clear spells through the night will see temperatures falling smartly with everywhere seeing a frost by tomorrow morning with lows dropping to -2C.


So it will be a frosty start tomorrow, but once any early morning mist clears we are looking at another fine day. There will be some good spells of sunshine through the morning once again, but the skies will turn cloudier from the south-west through the afternoon and this cloud will remain with us through the evening and overnight. Highs during the day won't climb much above 6C with a light breeze backing south or south-westerly. The overnight cloud should hold temperatures up at around 3C. Low pressure will be sitting west of Ireland on Wednesday, but high pressure to the east will be extending its influence across the UK keeping this system fairly stationary. So Wednesday will be a fine day across the county, largely cloudy but with some brightness possible later in the day. The breeze though will tend to pick up to a gentle or moderate south or south-easterly. Highs of 7C falling overnight to 3C.


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