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10-day forecast

Last Updated 11:03

Sunrise 07:48

Sunset 17:17

Day overview

Today

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High C 36°F Low -3°C 27°F

Light Snow

Wind speed 3 mph 5 km/h East North Easterly

Environmental forecast

  • UV Low
  • Pollution Low

Hourly forecast

Central, Tayside and Fife

Today

A mainly dry and cold day with long sunny spells. A few sleet or snow showers will feed down across eastern Angus and Fife, becoming a little more widespread in the afternoon. Light northerly winds, occasionally fresh near the coast.

Tonight

A few scattered snow showers at first, becoming confined to northern Perthshire and Angus. Long clear spells will bring a widespread frost with coldest spots in the Trossachs glens.

Met Office warnings issued for Perth and Kinross

  1. Active

    Yellow warning of snow

    Updated 14 February at 10:45
    From:
    1055 on Sun 14 February
    To:
    1200 on Mon 15 February

    Showers of sleet and snow are likely at times during Sunday and overnight into Monday when they will also affect some southeastern parts of England, although the showers here will generally be a mix of sleet and hail near coasts. Accumulations of 0-2 cm of snow are likely in places at low levels, but locally 2-5 cm over hills and where showers become aligned in bands in the northeasterly flow. Ice will be an additional hazard overnight, particularly after showers.

    Please be aware of the potential for difficult travelling conditions.This warning has been updated to extend the end time until midday on Monday, whilst also extending the warning area southwards across some central and eastern parts of England, chiefly for late Sunday evening onwards.

  2. Active

    Yellow warning of ice

    Updated 14 February at 10:45
    From:
    1055 on Sun 14 February
    To:
    1200 on Mon 15 February

    Showers of sleet and snow are likely at times during Sunday and overnight into Monday when they will also affect some southeastern parts of England, although the showers here will generally be a mix of sleet and hail near coasts. Accumulations of 0-2 cm of snow are likely in places at low levels, but locally 2-5 cm over hills and where showers become aligned in bands in the northeasterly flow. Ice will be an additional hazard overnight, particularly after showers.

    Please be aware of the potential for difficult travelling conditions.This warning has been updated to extend the end time until midday on Monday, whilst also extending the warning area southwards across some central and eastern parts of England, chiefly for late Sunday evening onwards.

Key

  • Yellow:
    Be aware
  • Amber:
    Be prepared
  • Red:
    Take action
  • Rain
  • Wind
  • Snow
  • Ice
  • Fog

Issued by the Met Office