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MET Office Forecasts Frost in Most Parts of the Country Tonight

The Icelandic MET Office forecasts frost in most of the country from Friday evening to early Saturday. Sunday should see an increase in temperature with concomitant wind.

Cold snap followed by warmer temperatures, more wind

As noted by the Icelandic MET Office, the country is experiencing a shift in weather, with a decrease in pressure causing the wind to subside. Today, a gentle breeze is expected in many areas, although scattered showers are anticipated along the southern and eastern coasts of Iceland.

As evening approaches, the combination of mild winds and partly cloudy skies will usher in a cooler atmosphere. The MET Office forecasts frost across most of Iceland tonight, with a significant chill sweeping over the northwestern parts by morning.

Looking ahead to tomorrow, temperatures are set to rise once more. In West Iceland, the sky will become more overcast with a possibility of a light drizzle. A cold breeze from the southwest is expected across many areas, while the brisk cold will continue in the northwest. Nonetheless, the east is slated for some sunshine, making for a brighter day in that region.

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