A Touch of Frost

You may have noticed a touch of frost on the grass this morning and perhaps even had to scrape your car windscreen.

Scotland had its coldest September night since 1997 last night, in the early hours of Thursday 24th September 2020.

Altnaharra in the Highlands recorded an overnight temperature of -5C. In Central Belt, temperatures got down to zero. A sunny morning quickly warmed things up.

A met Office spokesperson said, “There will still be chilly nights ahead, with this Saturday night looking the coldest with a widespread frost developing in western and southern areas. After that, milder air starts to move north into next week and that means the overnight temperatures will recover.”

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