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Cloudy changing to fog by late morning.
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Light snow.
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Light snow changing to mist by late morning.
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Cloudy changing to fog by early evening.
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Light snow changing to fog by early evening.
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Light snow changing to drizzle by lunchtime.
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Central, Tayside & Fife weather forecast

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Rain, sleet and snow overnight, some icy patches developing.

This Evening and Tonight:

Rain and hill snow in central belt will edge north across remaining areas with some snow developing at lower levels though small amounts, some icy patches also developing overnight. Winds becoming light. Minimum temperature -1 °C.

Sunday:

Cloudy start with some icy patches in the morning. Rain sleet and snow dying out then brightening up to leave sunny intervals and a few showers mainly in the west. Maximum temperature 4 °C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

Cloudy on Monday with occasional rain, with some hill snow. Sunshine, and a few showers in west, on Tuesday, then dry and sunny on Wednesday but cold and frosty.

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UK long range weather forecast

Cloudy with outbreaks of rain on Thursday, heaviest in the south and west, but moving north and eastwards. Also a risk of snow on the northern hills. In the west, windy with coastal gales. Likely frost overnight in the north, but elsewhere, temperatures generally around normal. Thereafter, it will turn milder and unsettled again as further bands of rain and strong winds edge in from the west. Changeable and sometimes windy conditions will probably last for the rest of the period. Most of the rain will probably be in the west with drier spells more likely in the east and southeast. Snow may occur at times in the north, mainly on high ground. There remains a chance of brief drier, colder interludes, with an increased risk of frost and fog.

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Confidence is low throughout this period. Changeable and sometimes windy conditions seem more likely through late December, with the wetter weather in the west and longer drier spells in the east. By the time we go into January, longer spells of more widely dry, quiet and bright weather are possible, especially for southern and central areas, with the northwest more likely to remain unsettled. Temperatures should be near to or somewhat above average overall, but with the usual day to day variations. However in quieter spells, it is likely to be colder generally, with an increased risk of frost and fog.

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