UK Forecast- November 25, 2015
Grey & damp west
Heavy rain developing Friday
Murky, grey skies and extensive hill fog will affect the west & north-west of Britain & Ireland. Drizzly rain rarely amounting to much, but will persist over many hours, particularly western Scotland. The east & south-east stays a little brighter, some sunshine breaking through, before clouds tend to thicken. Light winds for many, but the breeze freshens in the north. Temperatures ranging from 8C in the east, to a mild 13C in the south-west.
Extensive cloud cover for most areas, and widespread hill fog. Patchy rain continues in the north-west, this turning increasingly heavy later in the night for the far west of Scotland & Ireland. Largely dry for England & Wales. South-westerly winds will strengthen in the west overnight, although winds stay fairly light in the south & east. Mild temperatures overall, lows of 7 to 10C.
Dry, bright and mild most of daylight in the south & east, but cloud builds from the west. An active cold front advancing from the north-west brings heavy rain to Ireland & Scotland, some torrential bursts - risk of thunder, which will likely reach Wales & western areas of England in the afternoon, spreading south & east by evening. Cooler air and wintry showers follow across Scotland. Brisk south-westerly winds, suddenly very squally close to the front. Highs 10 to 12C.
Overnight rain is likely to have cleared away south-eastwards, leaving a bright morning for eastern Britain. West to south-westerly winds remain strong, and soon bring further rain across Ireland and into western Britain, turning heavy and persistent over western hills of Wales, north-west England & western Scotland. Central & eastern regions clouding over with outbreaks of rain developing. Feeling cool in the breeze, highs 6 to 9C.