It may be the first day of Earrach, but tonight won’t feel particularly springlike.
Tonight will remain cold, with clear spells. Showers will die out and northwest winds will ease. Temperatures will dip to between -1 and 3 Celsius with frost and a risk of icy patches on untreated surfaces. Mildest near the west coast.
Tomorrow will be dry with sunny spells at first.
Cloud will gradually build from the west and rain will spread eastwards during the late afternoon and evening.
After a frosty start temperatures will climb to between 6 and 8 Celsius in light northwest breezes, which will back southwest during the day and freshen near the west coast with the onset of the rain.