Issued: 0530hrs Thursday 22nd February 2024
Duty forecaster: Filotas Paschos
It will be cloudy day with some strong winds and heavy rain away from the north.
A developing area of low pressure will cross the British Isles giving a mostly cloudy day with outbreaks of rain, this possibly turning heavy in places especially over England and Wales with some snow over the tops. Ireland will see cloudy skies with frequent showers, especially over western counties, while western and northern Scotland will see several showers, turning wintry over the Highlands. Breezy with strong winds in south, with the temperature rising to 12 in south, but just 6C in north.
A cloudy evening for most with outbreaks of rain over northern and eastern England. This will clear towards midnight, with frequent showers following for western Scotland, western parts of Ireland and southwest England, a few of them on the heavy side too, and wintry over the Highlands. Clear spells and light winds overnight over Scotland will lead to patchy frost. Temperatures dropping to Zero over parts of Scotland and 5C over England and Wales.
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