UK Forecast- February 05, 2016
Rain spreads north
Winds for all
Saturday is set to become wet and windy across much of the country. It may well be dry across many central and eastern areas at first, but rain already in the west and south will be spreading northwards quickly during the morning. The winds will be increasing to gale force around coasts. The rain will be heavy in the west and south and will be reaching southern Scotland by afternoon. Most of northern and eastern Scotland should stay dry until mid afternoon. Temperatures rising to between 7 and 11°C.
A band of rain spread east through the night and it will be breezy to. The rain should clear eastern coasts during the early hours of Sunday morning with drier weather following from the west. However a few showers are always likely to be affecting western coasts and hills. Temperatures falling to between 4 and 7°C.
An area of low pressure will be passing through north-west Scotland on Sunday. This brings a breezy day to most of the country with gales in the north and west. Showers affecting western coasts and hills will turn more persistent during the afternoon, with some heavy burst of rain turning to sleet and snow over the Scottish hills. Many eastern and central parts of England should stay dry with some bright or sunny spells throughout. High temperatures at 5 to 9°C.
Low pressure remains north of Scotland on Monday with a brisk wind affecting many areas. There will be bands of showers moving eastwards and it is likely to be windy across Wales and the southern half of England. Further showers in Scotland and Northern England as well as Northern Ireland, These falling as sleet and snow on hills. Probably drier across eastern Scotland and the East of England. A chilly day with highs of 3 to 8°C.