Northwesterly winds bring chilly start to February
- Credit: Archant
A cold and breezy outlook is predicted for this region today and into the weekend.
Met Office forecasters predict any early showers will soon die out to leave a largely dry day across the region, with some good sunny spells.
It will feel cold in brisk northwesterly winds, seeing temperature reach a maximum 6C.
Tonight will bring some clear spells but generally rather cloudy conditions with scattered wintry showers near the coast.
It will remaining cold and breezy into Friday, with some sunny spells.
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Further scattered wintry showers are again likely in the east.
The weekend looks cloudy with wintry showers, remaining cold throughout.
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