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Edinburgh is expected to be snow-ravaged next week despite glorious sunshine over the past few days.

The BBC’s 14-day weather forecast predicts temperatures will drop and snow will hit the city next Wednesday, March 30.

The current sunny weather will continue over the weekend, but things will get worse on Sunday night.

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Temperatures will stay about the same until Sunday, hitting 15° most days, but on Monday they will have dropped to just 9° throughout the day.

However, overnight on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, temperatures are expected to fall around zero.

The BBC says that by 7 p.m. Wednesday evening the snow will have started to fall.



BBC weather experts predict snow will arrive in Edinburgh in less than a week


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Snow and hail are expected until about midnight, but they say they will dissipate in “light flurries” around 10 p.m.

Light snow will continue overnight, until 2 am Thursday morning.

The Met Office also says colder weather will start on Monday.

A spokesman said: “Still settled for many early next week but a trend of showers and colder conditions are expected from the north from Monday.

“Showers are likely to be concentrated in northern and eastern regions, potentially wintry over the northern hills and lower levels in the far northeast.

“Plenty of persistent dry weather in the south and west. Potential for strong winds in the extreme northeast early in the period.

“Later next week and beyond, more unstable conditions are likely with more frequent showers or longer spells of rain for many areas.

“After a period of below average temperatures next week, temperatures are expected to return to near average later in the period.”

Edinburgh Live will bring you all the latest weather updates throughout the week.