UK Forecast- December 07, 2013
Damp & breezy north
Drier south & east
A brisk westerly wind affecting much of Scotland and northern England as well as Ireland through today. There will be outbreaks of rain, most of them i western Scotland and northwest England as well as the north and west of Wales. Drier across eastern Scotland and northeast England. Dry across most central and southern areas with cloud breaking here to leave some sunny spells. Highs at 9 to 11C so feeling mild.
More rain overnight across the far northwest of England and the west of Scotland. A few spots of drizzle for eastern Scotland but generally drier here. Staying dry to the south with a fair amount of cloud, although one or two breaks are likely. Lows at 5 to 9C.
High pressure is situated to the south of the country on Monday. A moist southwesterly flow brings some cloud and drizzle to the west of Ireland, as well as western and northern coasts of Scotland. Some low cloud and a few spots of drizzle may affect western Wales and the far west of Cornwall too. Elsewhere it should be drier with cloud breaking and a few brighter spells coming through. Highs at a mild 9 to 12C.
High pressure is to the south and east through Tuesday with a southwest flow affecting most places. This is again going to bringing some cloud and drizzle to the west of Scotland and much of Ireland where it will be breezy too. Drier to the east and south with some sunny spells here. Cooler across southern and eastern England with tops of 5 to 7C here, nearer 9 to 11C in western Scotland and Ireland.