Frosty Start, Chilly & Dry

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Monday 24th November 2014: Frosty Start, Chilly Feel with Occasional Brightness. Damper Weather Approaches North West Scotland

High pressure arches across much of England, Scotland and Wales bringing mainly dry, chilly and settled conditions.

A chilly and frosty start across inland rural locations with variable amounts of fair-weather cloud. Cloud will tend to break in places through the day with occasional bright spells developing.

The best of any brightness will be across South West England, Wales and Southern parts later in the day.

Cloud will tend to thicken across North West and Western Scotland with patchy rain arriving later in the afternoon.

Feeling rather chilly under a cold air mass trapped under high pressure with temperatures ranging 5ºC to 8ºC fairly widely.

* As skies clear tonight temperatures will drop away again with the risk of frost patches developing, primarily across inland rural locations. Temperatures just remaining above freezing across exposed coastal locations.

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