Issued: 0530hrs Saturday 6th March 2021
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus
Mainly dry with some sunshine about, though stubborn low cloud still affecting some areas however.
A frosty start for many once again. A largely dry morning with many places seeing good spells of sunshine but there will also be some stubborn low cloud and mist about again too. Thicker cloud across north and west Scotland where there is the risk of some patchy light rain.
This afternoon, there is the risk for some patchy light rain and drizzle to reach far western Irish coasts. Elswhere, conditions similar to the morning. A generally chilly feel once again to the day but pleasant in any sunshine.
A largely dry night with clear skies for many allowing for widespread frosty patches first thing on Sunday. Always more cloud though across Ireland, parts of Northern Ireland and norhtern Scotland where some patchy rain again will linger.
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