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Wednesday

Mist

5°C 41°F -2°C 28°F West North Westerly
11km/h 7mph
Thursday

Fog

1°C 34°F -1°C 30°F West South Westerly
11km/h 7mph
Friday

Light Cloud

2°C 36°F 1°C 34°F South Westerly
11km/h 7mph
Saturday

Light Cloud

3°C 37°F 0°C 32°F West North Westerly
14km/h 9mph
Sunday

Sunny Intervals

3°C 37°F 0°C 32°F West North Westerly
13km/h 8mph

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Forecast

Highland and Eilean Siar

Forecast Summary

  • Tonight

    Showers will continue for a while, turning to snow at lower levels, but becoming increasingly scattered. A widespread frost will develop with clearing skies and lighter winds.

Environmental Summary

UV: 1

UK Range: 1-7

Pollution: Low

UK Range: Low to Very High

Met Office Warnings Issued For: Highland

  1. Yellow warning of ice

    From:
    1900 on Wed 24 December
    To:
    1200 on Thu 25 December
    Updated 24 December at 10:28 Active

    Warning

    Ice is likely to form on untreated surfaces tonight, initially in the northeast of Scotland but the risk then extending southwards across the rest of the yellow area. The public should be aware that icy surfaces are possible, especially on side roads and pavements, and should take care.

  2. Yellow early warning of wind

    From:
    1500 on Fri 26 December
    To:
    1500 on Sat 27 December
    Updated 24 December at 11:24

    Alert

    Wet weather is expected to spread into and across most of Scotland, England and Wales during Friday afternoon and evening. Over Scotland and northern England snow is expected in areas above 200 or 300 metres, especially in Scotland where in excess of 10 cm of snow is likely.

    Over northern England snow is likely to be confined to areas above 200 metres and may turn to rain in areas between 200 and 400 metres. Over Scotland, however, there is a risk that snow may affect lower lying areas through the Central Belt.Wind is expected to increase through Friday evening and night, exacerbating any disruption.

    The public should be aware of the potential for disruption, especially where increasing winds are combined with heavy snowfall. Please watch for updates to this warning over the coming days, especially those who have travel plans.

  3. Yellow early warning of snow

    From:
    1500 on Fri 26 December
    To:
    1500 on Sat 27 December
    Updated 24 December at 11:24

    Alert

    Wet weather is expected to spread into and across most of Scotland, England and Wales during Friday afternoon and evening. Over Scotland and northern England snow is expected in areas above 200 or 300 metres, especially in Scotland where in excess of 10 cm of snow is likely.

    Over northern England snow is likely to be confined to areas above 200 metres and may turn to rain in areas between 200 and 400 metres. Over Scotland, however, there is a risk that snow may affect lower lying areas through the Central Belt.Wind is expected to increase through Friday evening and night, exacerbating any disruption.

    The public should be aware of the potential for disruption, especially where increasing winds are combined with heavy snowfall. Please watch for updates to this warning over the coming days, especially those who have travel plans.

A list of all UK Warnings can be found on our More UK Weather page.

Weather Warnings Key

  • Red: Take action
  • Amber: Be prepared
  • Yellow: Be aware

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UK Forecast Last updated 00:08, Thursday 25 Dec

Observations

Observed at 03:00, Thursday 25 December

Clear Sky

0°C 32°F

5km/h 3mph West South Westerly

Humidity: 94%

Visibility: Very Good

Pressure: 1019mb, Rising

Observation station: Loch Glascarnoch

(Lat: 57.717 | Lon: -4.883)

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