UK Forecast- November 25, 2014
Cloudy & cool
Rain in south
A chilly start to this morning with some fog patches, most of these in the Midlands, Wales and parts of northeast England. The fog may linger until late morning. For most it is a dry start to the day with a fair amount of cloud. There is a band of cloud and outbreaks of rain through Ireland and into parts of northwest England, this edging into southern Scotland although always staying light. A further area of rain will move into southern England through this morning, then edges north into this afternoon. The rain turns more persistent across southern Wales and the south of England towards this evening. Highs at 5 to 9C.
A cloudy and damp night over much of England and Wales, The most persistent of the rain in southern Wales, the Midlands and southern parts of England. Murky here too with cloud shrouding hills. Some cloud and drizzle in southwest Scotland, but drier to the north and east. Generally dry for the far west and north of Wales and also Ireland. Lows at -1C in central Ireland and parts of eastern Scotland, 3 to 5C for most.
Wednesday sees a ridge of high pressure extending from southern Norway. A small area of low pressure in the Channel will be pushing an area of cloud and rain north into southern and southwestern England, this turning more persistent as the day progresses. Rather cloudy and drizzle for many central and eastern areas, misty too. Further west it should be drier with a few breaks in the cloud. Highs at 6 to 9C.
A shallow area of low pressure passing through the Midlands on Thursday. This brings lots of cloud and outbreaks of rain and drizzle, mostly in more eastern parts of England. There will be some drizzle in the west at first too, but tis tending to fade with some brighter spells coming through. The flow turning more southerly through the day with milder air arriving in the south. Highs at 7 to 12C.