UK Forecast- November 22, 2014
Rain slowly clearing eastward
A colder day across the country. Outbreaks of light to moderate rain across central and eastern parts of England will be gradually clearing from the west during the day but it stays wet for much of the day across East Anglia and the south east. Rather breezy across England today. A number of showers to affect north west Scotland. Elsewhere it's a fair, dry day with sunny spells with central and north eastern parts of England drier later in the afternoon. Maximum temperatures of 5 to 9 Celsius north to south.
During the evening the rain across East Anglia and the south east with much of the country to have dry evening with clear spells. Overnight it will be a cold, mostly clear night and with light winds we can expect a widespread frost along with some dense patches of fog across England. Expect lows of 4 to 7 Celsius.
A rather cold start to the day with any dense fog patches being rather slow to clear, particularly across the Midlands and north east England. High pressure should give a settled, dry day for most with sunny spells. This evening and tonight an area rain may affect Northern Ireland and Scotland. It continues dry across England and Wales with another cold, frosty and mostly clear night. Fog patches may also redevelop in the evening becoming dense in the night. Expect maximum temperatures of 9 to 12 Celsius.
While confidence is low we may see an area of rain spreading north into southern England during the day. Another area of rain may affect Northern Ireland and northern Scotland. Elsewhere it looks fair and dry with dense fog patches clearing but may linger in the Vale of York all day. An area of heavier rain may affect southern England in the evening and night. Cold in the north with a frost. Maximum temperatures of 8 to 11 Celsius.