Thereafter there is increasing uncertainty, although it is most likely that some wet and windy weather will arrive from the west, whilst high pressure to the north or northeast continues to give many parts dry weather, perhaps with some snow, mainly on hills. This Evening and Tonight: Most of England and Wales will become cloudy overnight with outbreaks of showery rain, and perhaps a little snow over hills towards the north. Winds will be much lighter than recently. Meanwhile Scotland and Northern Ireland will have clear spells and showers, with patchy fog and frost. Further rain and hill snow moving into northern Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The wet and windy conditions may arrive following a spell of drier and colder weather which could give further snowfall, most likely over high ground, but with the potential for some snow to affect low levels too. Today 09 Feb Tomorrow 10 Feb Monday 11 Feb Tuesday 12 Feb Wednesday 13 Feb Thursday 14 Feb Friday 15 Feb Saturday 16 Feb Sunday 17 Feb Monday 18 Feb Tuesday 19 Feb Wednesday 20 Feb Thursday 21 Feb Friday 22 Feb Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min 10º 2º 6º 1º 7º 0º 9º 4º 11º 1º 10º 0º 10º 2º 10º 4º 11º 3º 10º 2º 6º -2º 5º -2º 5º 0º 7º -1º Max. Improving for many next week. The fog could be slow to clear during the mornings. Becoming windy across the south and west. Rain arriving overnight, gradually clearing later tomorrow. It will be mild, and perhaps very mild in the north and west.
Cloudier and windy with some patchy rain towards the northwest. If you are not finding the information you want, please be sure to note the navigation tabs just above the breadcrumbs, which are links to other data relating to this city. Further south and east high pressure will bring largely settled weather with overnight frost and fog. Sunday: Outbreaks of rain, locally heavy, will gradually turn more showery later as they clear away eastwards. An inappropriate post will be removed by a moderator. This Evening and Tonight: Dry with clear spells at first, but outbreaks of rain will spread from the southwest from midnight, turning locally heavy.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday: Monday, mostly dry, bright after a chilly start. Wednesday, mild but mostly dry, some bright spells after morning fog patches. Little overall change is expected through the weekend and start of the following week, although temperatures will return to normal, notably across the south and east, where it could become cold. . Temperatures are set to be around normal overall, but with some short term variations which bring a chance of much colder and milder spells. Local information is offered on humidity, precipitation, barometric pressure, heat index, wind chill, hourly forecast, sunrise, sunset, wind speed with direction, along with high and low temperatures presented in Fahrenheit and Celsius.
Winds starting light but becoming brisk again by afternoon. Sunday: Rain clears from central and southeastern areas, leaving sunshine and showers. Outlook for Monday to Wednesday: Mostly dry and settled across southern and eastern areas with sunny spells and patchy fog and frost overnight. Site-wide settings are available for units of measurement and you can set boundaries, place names and map detail in the Map preferences section. Tuesday, turning milder, cloudier with a little patchy drizzle possible. We are likely to see occasional spells of wind and rain arriving from the Atlantic to affect the British Isles, although high pressure is also likely to be sat to our north or northeast and this should help to give plenty of settled weather too.
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