We can expect mostly sunny skies with the highs in the low 40s and lows in the low 20s. Lows through this period will remain around or below freezing in the low/ mid-30s.
Monday.Partly cloudy. Highs near 70.
Tomorrow night: Skies turn mostly cloudy as flow from the south-southeast continues to increase moisture levels. Lows fall mainly to the low-to-mid 30s.
High pressure built into the East Coast on Friday and that provided plenty of sunshine for the viewing area. Highs are most likely in the low-to-mid 50s, though they could come in a little lower or higher depending on how much sun vs. clouds. Could see some areas of fog develop as well.
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Tomorrow northerly breezes will push in behind the front; as a result of the passage coastal winds will range between 10-15 miles per hour.
There is a slight chance of overnight showers, increasing to an 80 percent chance of occasional showers throughout the day on Tuesday.
Ahead of its associated cold front, gusty northerly winds will kick up late Monday and into Tuesday, especially across the high country.
A shower or two could linger into early Wednesday morning, with partly to mostly cloudy skies hanging around into the afternoon.
Still on the chilly side across Scotland, northern and far eastern England - where temperatures will reach 6-9C at best.