UK Forecast- February 28, 2015
Rain south, snow showers north
A very windy, blustery day to come across the United Kingdom. Expect a good deal of cloud today with limited amounts of sunshine. A number of showers, some heavy will affect Scotland, northern England and Northern Ireland with a few morning showers for Wales and the south west. The showers will be wintry over the hills. In the afternoon a belt of heavy and persistent rain spreads in across Wales and south west England then spreads east reaching all but the far south east of England. Expect maximum temperatures of 6 to 10 Celsius.
Throughout the evening and the night its staying rather windy. Outbreaks of heavy rain across East Anglia and the south east clear away this evening with showers from Wales north into Scotland. Showers will persist overnight across western and northern parts of the country into the night, many wintry from Wales northward. A colder night with some icy patches. Expect lows of -1 to 2 Celsius.
Another very windy day to come across the country and colder too. These brisk westerly winds will continue to feed in showers into many parts of the United Kingdom, these wintry over the hills. Most central and eastern areas should be chiefly dry with the west of the sunshine though a shower can't be ruled out. Most of the showers will become confined to western coasts tonight with icy patches on untreated roads and surfaces. Expect top temperatures of 3 to 7 Celsius but feeling much colder in the wind.
Strong westerly winds will persist across the country making it feel quite cold. Central and eastern parts of England and Scotland will generally be fair and dry with the nest of the sunshine. Still a few showers coming along across western parts of the country and again will be wintry over high ground. Cold, windy and mainly dry in the night with clear spells and showers persisting near western coasts. Expect top temperatures of 4 to 7 Celsius.