UK Forecast- February 10, 2016
Few wintry showers
Area of showers affecting eastern Scotland this morning. These wintry over the hills as they slip into Northumberland and northern Cumbria during the morning. A further area of showers affecting southwest England and southern Wales, these wintry on hills and continuing into the afternoon. Other places should start the day dry with broken cloud, the best sunshine over northern England and northwest Scotland. One or two fog patches at first as well, but these clearing. This afternoon sees the showers gradually fading from eastern England. Most areas are then dry with some bright or sunny spells and light winds. Highs near 3 to 8C.
A chilly night with one or two showers affecting parts of the northwest Midlands, these falling as snow on the hills. An area of rain and sleet affecting eastern parts of Scotland to, with snow over the hills, tending to turn more persistent during the early hours. The far southwest of England may have some cloud and outbreaks of showery rain too. Generally though it will be dry. A widespread frost with lows at 1 to -5C.
A shallow area of low pressure brings cloud and some spots of rain to southwest England and Wales on Friday. This cold, damp and cloudy weather extending through southern England and into the Midlands. Sleet is likely on the hills. Some sleet and rain over eastern Sotland, and a few showers for northeast England too. Drier further west. Feeling chilly for all with highs at 2 to 8C.
Another area of low pressure passes across southern Ireland and southern England on Saturday. This brings the risk of rain, sleet and snow, most of the snow confined to high ground. A damp and rather dismal day for many and feeling cold too. Wintry showers affecting eastern coasts of England and Scotland, but brighter and drier to the west. A cold day with temperatures at 1 to 5°C.