Issued: 1000 Saturday 11 November 2017
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
Turning cold later
Much of this week is looking quite unsettled with rain and showers. Colder across Scotland with a risk of wintry showers. It may turn cold everywhere by the end of the forecast period with a risk of some wintry type precipitation in places.
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Mild today and rather misty and murky with patches of rain and drizzle in places, this mainly in the west. Very mild by night with patchy drizzly rain at times. Foggy around western coasts and west facing hills. Expect highs of 7 to 13C.
It remains mild with above normal temperatures. We keep a good deal of cloud. Western areas will see some sporadic rain while the east is mainly dry with a few sunnier spells. It turns very windy into the evening and night with more persistent rain across northern Britain. Expect highs of 8 to 13C.
Temperatures stay above normal. A band of rain clears Scotland and gradually moves into northern England and Wales. This moves into the south tonight with colder conditions into Scotland giving wintry showers, perhaps to low levels. Look for highs of 9 to 13C.
It looks colder and windy with early rain clearing the south east of England. Showers to affect eastern and western areas, wintry over the hills of Scotland. Dry, sunny inland. Expect highs of 5 to 10C.
Windy and quite chilly with variable cloud, occasional showers and sunnier spells. The showers again are likely to be wintry over the Scottish hills. Expect highs of 6 to 9C.
A cold day. There is a risk of sleet and snow showers across parts of eastern Britain with wintry showers across Scotland and over the Pennines. Further west it looks dry. A widespread frost develops overnight. Look for highs of 4 to 7C.