A high of just 6.2C on Tuesday meant a cold day being 4.0C below the 39-year average then followed by a cold night. After falling to 1.1C at 19.53 Tuesday evening the thermometer then rose to 3.5C at 01.55 thanks to cloud cover but then began to fall steadily with a low of -0.6C at 07.54 Wednesday.
Wednesday revealed misty conditions and an air frost, just. The thermometer fell from 0C at 07.00 to -0.6C at 07.54. The cloud was thin and high so a bright start to the day if no sunshine. The light breeze today will come from the northeast so Scandinavian cold air replaces Arctic cold air.