UK Forecast- November 30, 2015
Hill snow Scotland
Mild, breezy & damp
A wet and cloudy start to the day across Northern Ireland and Scotland as well as northwest England. The rain heavy at times in western Scotland and northwest England, with the rain falling mas snow over the Scottish mountains. The rain area passes north through the morning and afternoon, hills snow turning to rain. England and Wales as well as Ireland will be mainly cloudy this morning. Drizzle and light rain affecting western and southern coasts and hills. The afternoon brings further cloud and further drizzle on the hills and coasts. Dry and mild elsewhere. A windy day too with highs at 9 to 13C.
A windy night with gales in the north and west. Rain affecting much of northern and western Scotland as well as western parts of Ireland. Drizzle over western coasts and hills of England and Wales, but mostly dry elsewhere, although rather cloudy. A mild night with lows at 3 to 9C.
A cold front passing into Scotland and Ireland on Wednesday morning. This brings rain, some of it heavy at times. Drier further east and south. Rain arrives through northwest England and northern and western Wales in the afternoon. Staying drier to the south and east with plenty of clood, and perhaps an odd brighter spell. Highs at 10 to 14C.
Low pressure looks set to bring a wet day through much of Wales and England on Thursday. This rain could be heavy and may bring a risk of localised flooding. A few showers in northwest Scotland, but the rest of Scotland and Ireland should be dry with sunny spells. Possibly drier in southeast England. A cold day in the rain with highs at 5C, but nearer 14C in southeast England.