UK Forecast- December 05, 2013
Friday will be quite a cold day and still breezy. A weak weather front in the west will bring some patchy rain into Northern Ireland, northern England and Scotland and over high ground this will be mixed with some sleet and snow. Fairly cloudy as well across Wales and southwest England. Some patchy drizzle are rain mainly around western coastal areas. Central and eastern parts of England should be dry with the best of the sunshine. Expect highs of 2 to 6 Celsius but up to 10C in the southwest.
In the evening some rain will affect Scotland and northern England with snow over the high ground of Scotland. Overnight rain may turn a bit heavier across western Scotland and overall expect a rather cloudy night with some sporadic outbreaks of patchy, drizzly rain here and there. Expect minimum temperatures down to 0 to 5 Celsius.
Increasingly breezy across the country today and becoming very windy across Scotland later. Expect rain across northern England, Scotland and around south western coasts of England and Wales. Elsewhere it will be fair and dry good deal of cloud and a few brighter spells. Continued cloudy across much of the country overnight with some sporadic outbreaks of mainly patchy light rain and drizzle in the north and west. Maximum temperatures of 5 to 10 Celsius.
Sunday southern parts of Wales along with the Midlands, East Anglia and the southeast of England should get by with a fair, dry day but rather cloudy. Elsewhere it will be cloudy with outbreaks of rain, most of it fairly light intensity. Little overall change is expected through the evening and night with much of the country, cloudy some light rain will be affecting the northern half of Britain along with western Wales and Northern Ireland. Quite windy today but milder with maximum temperatures of 8 to 11 Celsius.