Sgurr Nan Each weather

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Heavy snow changing to fog by early evening.
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Sleet changing to heavy rain by lunchtime.
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Heavy snow changing to light rain by late morning.
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Light snow showers.
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Highlands & Eilean Siar weather forecast

Headline:

Sunny intervals and showers, snow becoming more confined to hills.

Today:

A sunny start inland and in the east. Thicker cloud and showers along the west coast spreading inland, initially wintry to low levels but increasingly confined to the hills as westerlies freshen. The Moray Firth and Caithness mainly dry. Maximum temperature 5 °C.

Tonight:

Clear intervals and showers, these frequent over western areas with snow on the hills, but mostly falling as rain. Fresh to strong westerly winds. Minimum temperature 3 °C.

Wednesday:

Sunny intervals and showers in the morning then cloudy with persistent heavy rain spreading to Skye Lochalsh and Lochaber, turning to snow on hills in the east. Far northeast brighter. Maximum temperature 7 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Becoming milder with spells of rain, heaviest in the west, and lying snow will thaw with a chance of localised flooding. Windy at times with risk of gales.

Updated:

UK long range weather forecast

Often windy with outbreaks of rain and showers for all areas at the start of this period, with temperatures on the mild side of the seasonal average. As we head through the first full week of February it currently looks most likely that we will see a gradual trend towards more settled conditions, particularly in the south, and there is a chance that these will extend across the whole country at times. Overnight fog and frosts are likely to accompany these more settled conditions, with light winds and temperatures probably nearer to the average for the time of year. The far north, and particularly north-west, will probably remain more changeable, or unsettled, with further spells of wind and rain.

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The first part of the period is likely to trend to more anticyclonic conditions, with the associated drier and more settled weather intially in the southeast, spreading northwestwards and beginning to dominate. The north will continue to be at risk from outbreaks of rain and stronger winds at times. Overnight frosts and fog will be likely, which could be persistent at times. Temperatures around normal, and sometimes a little above. There could be large variations between night time and day time temperatures in the more settled spells, especially on the sunnier days.

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