Issued: Saturday 26th November 2022
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus
The first half of December is looking to be mostly dry and cold with frost and fog expected. Turning more mixed through the second half of the month when they risk of snow becomes higher.
*28/11/22 - 4/12/22*
High pressure is strong over Scandinavia.
Influencing a more settled weather pattern through the week across the country.
Drier weather after this weekend.
A southerly flow become more easterly later in the week.
Bringing in a colder air flow across the country.
Risk of some showers, possibly wintry, in the north and east.
*5/12/22 - 11/12/22*
High pressure centred to the north of the country.
Mist and fog common and will struggle to lift.
Staying chilly with a possible easterly wind flow continuing.
Possible precipitation at times across the far south, perhaps wintry.
*12/12/22 - 18/12/22*
High pressure builds back over Scandinavia.
Lower pressure begins to deepen out over the North Atlantic.
A cold east to south-easterly wind flow continues.
Gradually turning more unsettled in the west and southwest.
Staying largely dry further north and east.
Frost and fog expected north and east also.
*19/12/22 - 25/12/22*
High pressure over Iceland while lower pressure moves in across England.
A mix of rain, sleet and snow to be expected.
A cold easterly wind across the country.
Temperatures struggling to rise through the day.
Frost and ice developing overnight.
Fog and frost further north.
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