UK Forecast- February 01, 2015
Mostly dry, sunny and cold
Coastal snow showers
Feeling cold today with a brisk north wind blowing. Scattered snow showers will work their way down North Sea coasts from north eastern parts of England into East Anglia later in the afternoon. A few snow showers too to affect western parts of Wales, Cornwall, northern Scotland and Northern Ireland. The bulk of the country will be dry and sunny. Expect maximum temperatures of 2 to 4 Celsius.
This evening wintry showers are expected from Humberside into East Anglia and the south east along with western Cornwall while a band of more persistent snow spreads into north west Scotland and Northern Ireland. Overnight this moves into southern Scotland. 2-4cm of accumulation is possible to low levels. Elsewhere expect a cold, frosty night with coastal wintry showers. Expect lows of -2 to -6 Celsius.
Outbreaks of snow across southern Scotland and Northern Ireland tend to fade away as it moves into parts of northern England as a strong north east wind develops across northern Scotland and brings in some wintry showers. An area of snow may also skirt western Wales and Cornwall and could give some accumulation with scattered wintry showers near eastern coasts of England with the winds coming around to the north east. Dry with sunny spells inland. A cold, breezy night with snow showers affecting North Sea coasts. Expect top temperatures of 2 to 5 Celsius.
We keep a cold, brisk north east wind on Wednesday with more cloud in the east with wintry showers. Some light rain may affect Northern Ireland with central and western parts dry with sunny spells. Much of the country looks cloudy and breezy overnight with clear spells across the far south of England. A few rain and snow showers to affect western and eastern coasts of England and western Wales. Expect top temperatures of 2 to 5 Celsius.