Issued: 0955 Sunday 29 November 2015
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
Gales at times
Overall much of this week will be unsettled as low pressure dominates and frontal systems come in from the west. The rain will be heavy at times but will be lighter across eastern areas of England. The winds will be a feature of the weather this week with gale to severe gales at times. Temperatures will generally above normal but a colder day is expected on Thursday.
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Morning rain clears Scotland as it turns colder with showers, some wintry on the hills. A wet day across England and Wales with heavy rain. Colder across Scotland and Northern Ireland, very mild for England and Wales. That colder air spreads south through the evening and night as north west winds develop and rain clears. Expect maximum temperatures of 7 to 13C.
Colder across the country today. A fine, dry sunny day for most but a few showers in the northwest, these of snow over the Highlands. More cloud may affect the far south as rain threatens there in the afternoon - low confidence. Expect maximum temperatures of 5 to 7C.
Milder but windy today. Apart from rain across northern Scotland, the day looks dry with the best of the sunshine across central, southern and eastern England. Highs of 9 to 11C.
With a strong south west flow, temperatures are likely to be milder. Rain spills in from the west, heaviest across Scotland. The rain clears in the evening leaving a colder night and staying windy. Expect maximum temperatures of 6 to 9C.
It appears colder with temperatures near to below normal. Lots of fine, dry weather to come with sunny spells. Just a few showers in the north west. It becomes windy in the evening and night as rain spreads in from the west and temperatures rise. Expect maximum temperatures of 10 to 12C.
Very windy with gales. Outbreaks of rain may affect Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and western parts of England and Wales, heaviest in the north. The east of England may be fair and dry. Expect maximum temperatures of 10 to 13C.