UK Forecast - March 04, 2012
Windy, rain, sleet snow in SE
Sunnier, drier elsewhere

Monday
A windy day and feeling cold, especially across eastern parts of England with winds touching gale force around North Sea coasts of England. Rain is expected across East Anglia and the far south east on and off for much of the day perhaps mixed with some sleet and wet snow at times. Apart from a few showers around western coasts, the rest of the country will be dry with sunny spells though quite cloudy across Lincolnshire and Humberside. Expect maximum temperatures in a range of 6 to 8 Celsius.


Monday night
Through the evening and night not much change to come across East Anglia and south east England with more rain to some, again at times mixed with wet snow. Under clear skies, a frost is expected across the rest of Britain. Temperatures generally down to -2 to +2C.
 


Tuesday
Still there is a risk of some patchy bits of rain across East Anglia and the south east today with a windy morning and less windy afternoon. A dry morning across the rest of Britain with sunny spells In the afternoon an area of rain moves into Northern Ireland and the far west of Scotland as the winds pick up. Through the evening and night that rain sets in across all but East Anglia and the far south of England, becoming heavy in the west. Strong gales will affect Scotland and Northern Ireland. Expect top temperatures today of 7 to 9 Celsius.


Wednesday
Strong winds across northern England and Wales spread south in the afternoon as rain clears Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England and pushes south and snow showers affect the north west. By the end of the afternoon that rain will have cleared as it turns sunnier from the west. Mainly dry tonight with a frost across the country. Expect maximum temperatures of 6 to 10 Celsius.


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