UK Forecast - November 29, 2023
Bright for most, cold
Wintry showers in east

Some cloud and outbreaks of rain this morning in the far southwest of England. There is a risk of some sleet or snow over the tops of the Moors here. strong east wind affecting southern coasts making it feel particularly cold, but for most it stays dry. Some snow showers in northeast and eastern Scotland as well as a few along eastern coasts of England. For other areas the day is bright and dry with sunny spells and a sharpy morning frost. Little changes this afternoon with most places dry although always the threat of wintry showers along eastern coasts. Cold with highs at 3 to 5C.

Thursday Night
Frost becomes widespread tonight sever in parts of Wales, northern England and Scotland. Skies are mostly clear and so it will be dry. However, a few wintry showers continue along eastern coasts. A risk of some freezing fog patches developing by morning too. Lows near -7C in central Scotland to around -1 to 03C for most other areas.

A few fog patches may linger early on Friday morning with a widespread frost affecting many areas. Some snow showers along eastern coasts of Scotland and England. Dry for most other areas with good spells of sunshine but feeling cold. The afternoon stays similar with a few snow showers in the east. Most other areas are fine and dry with the best sunshine in the west. Highs will be around 2C in northern Scotland, 4C in southern England.

Apart from some showers across coastal areas, most of the country will see a dry and bright day with the best of the sunshine across England. Somewhat cloudier later in Northern Ireland with a few showers developing. Starting breezy in southeast, but winds will ease off soon and become fairly light everywhere. It will be a rather cold day with temperatures not exceeding of 4C to 6C across most parts.