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Monday

Heavy Snow

6°C 43°F -1°C 30°F West South Westerly
21km/h 13mph
Tuesday

Sleet

5°C 41°F 0°C 32°F South Westerly
27km/h 17mph
Wednesday

Sunny Intervals

8°C 46°F 3°C 37°F West North Westerly
23km/h 14mph
Thursday

Light Rain

9°C 48°F 5°C 41°F South Westerly
31km/h 19mph
Friday

Heavy Rain

9°C 48°F 8°C 46°F South South Westerly
31km/h 19mph

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Last updated 03:11

Weather forecast details for Monday 2 March. Each column contains hourly forecast details for weather conditions, temperature, wind speed, wind direction, humidity, visibility and pressure.
Time 0400 hours0500 hours                      
Weather Conditions Light Snow Light Snow                       
Temperature (°C/°F) 0°C 32°F 0°C 32°F                       
Wind Speed (mph/km/h) 19km/h 12mph South Westerly 19km/h 12mph South Westerly                       
Wind Direction SW SW                       
Humidity 93% 85%                       
Visibility (E = Excellent, VG = Very Good, G = Good, M = Moderate, P = Poor, VP = Very Poor) G VG                       
Pressure (Millibars) 1002 1002                       

Strathclyde

Forecast Summary

  • Tonight

    Some clear spells, but also further wintry showers, heavy and prolonged at times, with accumulations of snow likely to lower levels. Southwesterly winds strengthening over the Isles later.

Environmental Summary

UV: 1

UK Range: 1-7

Pollution: Low

UK Range: Low to Very High

Met Office Warnings Issued For: Glasgow

  1. Yellow warning of snow

    From:
    1800 on Mon 2 March
    To:
    1000 on Tue 3 March
    Updated 2 March at 10:25 Active

    Warning

    Further heavy, wintry showers are expected overnight Monday and into Tuesday. Snow will fall to low levels in places in Scotland and Northern Ireland, with localised accumulations of 1 to 3 cm, while snow-cover will be more widespread over hills here, with around 4-8 cm possible above around 200m, especially in the west. Wales and northern areas of England will see snow chiefly over higher ground, with more than 5 cm in places but with some accumulations possible at low levels too. Ice will be an additional hazard across much of northern Britain.

    The public are advised to be aware of tricky travel conditions generally, and possible disruption to transport.

  2. Yellow warning of ice

    From:
    1800 on Mon 2 March
    To:
    1000 on Tue 3 March
    Updated 2 March at 10:25 Active

    Warning

    Further heavy, wintry showers are expected overnight Monday and into Tuesday. Snow will fall to low levels in places in Scotland and Northern Ireland, with localised accumulations of 1 to 3 cm, while snow-cover will be more widespread over hills here, with around 4-8 cm possible above around 200m, especially in the west. Wales and northern areas of England will see snow chiefly over higher ground, with more than 5 cm in places but with some accumulations possible at low levels too. Ice will be an additional hazard across much of northern Britain.

    The public are advised to be aware of tricky travel conditions generally, and possible disruption to transport.

A list of all UK Warnings can be found on our More UK Weather page.

Weather Warnings Key

  • Red: Take action
  • Amber: Be prepared
  • Yellow: Be aware

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Observations

Observed at 02:00, Tuesday 3 March

Light Cloud

1°C 34°F

23km/h 14mph West North Westerly

Humidity: 93%

Visibility: Moderate

Pressure: 1003mb, Rising

Observation station: Glasgow; Bishopton

(Lat: 55.9 | Lon: -4.533)

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