UK Forecast- February 12, 2016
Sleet east Scotland
Low pressure passing to the south of the country on Saturday. Cloud and outbreaks of rain over much of the southern half of England and Wales, falling as sleet and snow on the hills. Rather cloudy for many with some wintry showers affecting eastern Scotland and the far northeast of England. Drier across western parts of Wales, northwest England and western Scotland as well as eastern Ireland. A cold day with highs at 2C in southeast Scotland, 6C for many other areas.
Staying damp tonight across southern parts of Wales and southern England, although these outbreaks of light rain fading towards the morning. Some sleet in northeast England and the far southeast of Scotland. Mostly dry elsewhere with a widespread frost away from the cloud and rain in the south. Lows near 2C in the south, -4C in central Scotland.
A chilly east to northeasterly flow through the British Isles and Ireland on Sunday. There is likely to be a fair amount of cloud, with some sleet on the coasts of northeast England. Bits of drizzle in the far south fading away as the day progresses, although perhaps persisting in the far southeast. A few brighter spells coming through in Scotland, parts of Wales, the west of England and Northern Ireland. Highs at 3 to 6C.
A brighter day for all. High pressure building west of England, but low pressure to the east. This brings a north to northeast wind which blows some snow showers onto eastern coasts and hills of England and Scotland. Drier to the west with good spells of sunshine developing. Just one or two wintry showers over the windward facing coasts of Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Tops around 2 to 6C.