UK Forecast- February 07, 2016
Strong winds in south
Rain, drier Scotland
Very windy today with gales across Wales and the southern half of England. Gusts to 65 will affect the channel coasts with 55 mph gusts inland. Generally a cloudy day to come with sporadic outbreaks of rain. Some heavier bursts to affect parts of Wales. In the afternoon much of Scotland and the far north east of England will be fair and dry with sunnier spells across eastern Scotland. Highs of 5 to 7 Celsius across Scotland, 7 to 9 Celsius across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Through this evening and night those strong winds will moderate. It continues cloudy with splashes of rain across England, Wales and Northern Ireland into the evening. In the night the rain is expected to be across northern England, Northern Ireland and south west England. Dry across the rest of the country with a few clear spells. Expect minimums of 3 to 7 Celsius.
Chilly and breezy today. A good deal of dry weather is expected across East Anglia and the south east. After early rain in the south east clears. Showers to come across western areas and along the channel coast. Light rain is likely across Scotland and parts of northern Ireland. Most places will be dry and clear during the night. A colder night than of late with a frost in sheltered locations. Expect top temperatures of 5 to 7 Celsius.
Scattered showers are expected across western Wales and across south west England today. Most parts of Britain should be dry with sunny spells. In the evening and night strong north east winds develop across Scotland bringing in colder air and a risk of snow to northern Scotland. Showers persist in the south west and across Wales tonight with the rest of the country dry with a frost across northern England, Northern Ireland and southern Scotland. Expect top temperatures of 5 to 8 Celsius.