Issued: 1000 4 December 2016
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
No frost from Tuesday
Early this week we will see high pressure give way to low pressure. That high will give cold, dry day Monday. From Tuesday it turns more unsettled and much milder as low pressure and fronts bring rain and often windy conditions to all parts of Britain. The winds will often be strong from the south west.
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Very windy, especially across Scotland. A cloudy and very mild day with spells of rain across the north and the west. Dry in the south with some sunshine at times. A band of light rain clears Scotland tonight and moves into the south. Mild and windy tonight. Expect high temperatures of 11 to 14C.
Very windy and mild with patchy rain in the north west. Gales may affect northern Scotland in the morning before lessening. Mostly dry for England and Wales but patchy rain near the south coast may linger there until it turns heavier and spreads north to all areas in the evening and night. Staying windy. Highs of 10 to 13C.
It stays mild, breezy and unsettled with outbreaks of rain, heavy across Scotland. It stays cloudy with some patchy bits of rain here and there. Another pulse of heavier rain may reach the channel coasts in the night. Highs of 11 to 13C.
Mild, windier and unsettled with outbreaks of moderate to heavy rain spreading quickly north into all areas. This tends to clear most places during the evening. A dry night with clear spells and a risk of dense fog patches. Highs of 8 to 12C.
A windy day in the south with outbreaks of heavy rain in the south spreading northward into most areas through the day. This clears from northern and western areas tonight. A colder night in the north. Highs of 7 to 10C.
Temperatures drop today but remain slightly above normal. More rain spreads in across Northern Ireland and Scotland. Most of England and Wales will be fine and dry with variable cloud and some sunshine. Increasingly windy, especially across Scotland. Expect highs of 8 to 12C.