Issued: 0530hrs Tuesday 22nd November 2016
Duty forecaster: Garry Nicholson
Snow across northern hills
The low pressure responsible for Monday's deluges will gradually fade and clear north-eastwards through today, but brings further areas of showery rain.
Locally, rain may be frequent or persistent for several hours, falling as snow over higher ground in northern England and Scotland. Some heavy bands of showers will also affect the south-west.
Meanwhile, central and south-eastern regions will fare best for fewest showers, and greater amounts of bright weather. Some sunshine.
Blustery winds for many areas, up to gale force around some coasts in the west, north and also south-east. Locally winds may be very light in central areas.
Today's top temperatures will reach 11 or 12C in the far south-east, but nearer 6 to 8C for many, or below 5C in Highland Scotland, and feeling colder where exposed to the wind.
Have a great day.