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UK Forecast - November 27, 2021
Chilly initially
Milder Tuesday

A frosty start for many on Sunday. A drier day for many with plenty of sunny spells about, though expect showers across northern Scotland, these pushing into central and southwestern regions as well as Northern Ireland later before moving down across parts of west England, falling as a mix of rain, sleet and snow. Showers, some wintry, will also continue to affect eastern coasts of England where there will also be a brisk chilly wind still. Patchy rain and drizzle, perhaps sleet for some, affecting Ireland throughout the day moving in to southwest wales and southwest England later. Another cold day with highs at 2 to 6C.

Sunday Night
Dry for most with clear skies for many, although cloud will thicken across the north and west as rain, sleet and snow pushes in to west Scotland with rain across Northern Ireland and Ireland. Lows at -2 to 1C for most across the UK, but milder air starting to move in to the far west.

A widespread frosty start to Monday. A band of rain pushes east across Scotland, northern England, Wales and southwest England in the morning where it will turn patchy, clearing Ireland and Northern Ireland with brighter and drier conditions following here. Mostly dry further south and east. A wind will strengthen through Scotland and blustery showers are expected in the north and west here after the rain. Sunny spells and drier weather further east. Feeling chilly for many but milder air does move in to western regions. Highs at 3 to 7C for most, milder across western areas and northern Scotland.

A milder day on Tuesday and comparatively so to Monday. Largely cloudy with rain progressively encroaching in on the north and west with drizzle over western coasts and hills throughout. A breezy day too. Highs at 8 to 12C.


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