The higher ground in Scotland is the only place that could see some (additional) snow on Christmas day. Boxing day looks like a lovely affair across northern parts after an overnight frost, but further south another one of those pesky lows is set to run along the channel to bring a spell of rain across southern areas. On the 28th it’s Scotland turn to take the brunt of another south westerly conveyor warm sector and the fourth very wet day this December to the western Highlands, before it all clears away and we are back to a day very much like Christmas day, with a cold northwesterly and pressure building from the southwest again. This is all science fiction of course based on the midnight run of the ECMWF model widely regarded as the best numerical weather prediction model in the world. I would like to display the latest run of the Met Office model but they like to keep it secret.