An area of high pressure over Scandinavia is forming, which will bring us cold air from the direction of Germany and Poland.
Daytime maximum temperatures are forecast to hover around the 5/6C mark, with night-time minimums between -1/ -3C and the cold snap is expected to be largely a “dry feature” with a possibility of some flurries of sleet and snow in the East.
While the cold snap is expected to last from Saturday to Monday, it’s due to remain mild until Friday.
Another low pressure system will be forming by Wednesday, bringing us wet and windy weather, though temperatures will remain a mellow 12-14C.
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