Today the winds will be the main weather feature with potentially damaging gusts to 80 mph across Scotland and gusts to 70 to 75 mph across northern England. Outbreaks of moderate to heavy rain will affect Scotland and northern parts of England this morning. As it turns colder snow may affect northern Scotland. In the afternoon moderate rain will affect Wales, parts of the Midlands and East Anglia. Generally, dry to the south. Expect highs of 6 to 9 Celsius.
In the evening some patchy rain will affect southern England soon clears away leading to clear skies overnight. We keep a good deal of cloud across parts of western Britain with some patchy, sleety rain and wet snow across western parts of Scotland and northwest England during the night. During the evening the winds will lessen but it stays quite windy through the night. Expect minimum temperatures down to -2 to 4 Celsius.
Friday we keep a strong northwest wind blowing across England and Wales. A cold day across Scotland and cloudy with some patchy outbreaks of sleet and snow. Most of England and Wales should be rather cloudy but dry in the morning with some patchy light rain expected we from the south in the afternoon. Over the northern Pennines this may fall as light, wet snow. Overnight it remains generally cloudy with some light snow across northern Scotland and some patchy rain across parts of England and Wales Maximum temperatures of 1 to 9 Celsius north to south.
Increasingly breezy across the country today with some patchy light rain across northern England, Scotland and around south western coasts of England and Wales. Elsewhere it will be fair and dry good deal of cloud and a few brighter spells. Continued cloudy across much of the country. Overnight with some sporadic outbreaks of mainly patchy light rain and drizzle. Maximum temperatures of 4 to 7 Celsius.