Tuesday, January 15 2013
A mostly bright but cold start to this morning with a few places seeing a light dusting from overnight snow. The remainder of today shall continue to remain bright with some good spells of sunshine with just a few very light showers of sleet or snow flurries affecting the far NE fringes. Feeling bitterly cold in the Northerly wind with highs of 1-3°C. Windchill between -3 to -5°C.
This evening and overnight sees little change in terms of the general picture with further snow showers to affect East Kent and some light flurries sneaking into North-Western parts. Elsewhere remaining dry with widespread frost and ice in the East on untreated surfaces. Lows of -2/-3°C, colder still in rural areas in a light Easterly wind. Windchill of -6°C.
For Wednesday, further wintry showers to affect Northern and Eastern areas of the county. These mostly as sleet but some snow showers are possible slightly further inland. Another bitterly cold day in the wind which returns to a Northerly direction with temperatures barely above 0°C in the West but 2-3°C in the East. Windchill of -4°C.
Wednesday night and into Thursday we'll keep a few wintry showers towards NE/E Kent coasts where cloud is at its thickest. Otherwise another clear and very cold night with lows again of -2/-3°C leading to a widespread, hard frost.
So in summary remaining cold, some further snow showers at times but NO accumulations are expected. Any that do occur will be a light dusting at best.