UK Forecast- December 10, 2013
Sunnier, Mainly Dry
Fog Patches Clearing
Increasingly windy across the country today, especially across Scotland and Northern Ireland. After a cold night across East Anglia and the southeast and with light winds here, we could see a frosty start to the morning with a risk of a few dense patches of fog and freezing fog clear this morning. These should clear sunny spells late in the morning. Some patchy rain to come across northwest Scotland, otherwise much of the country will be fair and dry with good sunny spells, the best of the sunshine away from the north west. Expect highs of 6 to 10 Celsius.
During the course of the night outbreaks of more persistent rain spread in across Scotland and Northern Ireland and across western Scotland. This will become heavier. Overnight, it's looking quite windy with should get it frost and fog formation. Gales are likely to affect the north. Most of England and Wales should be dry with clear spells. Expect minimum temperatures of 1 to 6 Celsius.
Quite windy today with gales across Scotland diminishing. A milder day to come with outbreaks of rain across Scotland, northwest England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Continued dry across the rest of England with the best of the sunshine across central and south eastern parts of England. During the evening and night. Rain is likely to affect all but East Anglia, the Midlands and southeast England. Expect maximum temperatures of 8 to 10 Celsius.
Continued mild and rather windy today. Across East Anglia, the East Midlands and from about Dorset eastward to Kent it should remain dry today with good deal of cloud some brighter sunny spells further east. The rest of the country will be cloudy with outbreaks of rain, with a few heavy bursts in the west and across northern England. Not a whole lot of change to come to the evening and night except that the rain will become more patchy light. Expect maximum temperatures of 9 to 11 Celsius.