THERE could be an increased chance of snow fall later this month and going into December as the Met Office have issue a weather update.

According to the weather forecaster’s long-range forecast there is an increased chance of “wintery showers” over the north and northwest.

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Although this will initially be over higher ground, there is also reportedly a low risk at lower levels later in the month.

The full long-range forecast from November 18 to December 2 reads: “Through this period, there is an increased chance of wintery  showers from the north and northwest.

“Initially over higher ground but also a low risk at lower levels later in the month.

“While there is little sign of prolonged, widespread settled weather, conditions are likely to be less stormy and windy.

“Where there are more settled spells, frost and fog are increasingly likely, with temperatures slightly colder than average.”

Looking at the forecast for the immediate future, Friday is looking drier with some bright sunny spells and less cold than previous days with a minimum temperature of 12 degrees.

Saturday to Monday is predicting wet and windy weather sweeping southeastwards on Saturday, with gales possible.

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Brighter with some showers are predicted for Sunday with dry and sunny spells on Sunday after a cold start.


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