UK Forecast - November 26, 2023
Very chilly temperatures
Some coastal showers

An unsettled day on Monday, feeling chilly and unpleasant for most. Showers across northeastern coastal regions, and persistent rain and drizzle across central and southern England. Some snow over high ground in the northeast. As the day progresses, the rain will clear from the north, with some sunny spells in northern England, Wales, and Ireland. Elsewhere remaining cloudy. Feeling very chilly and windy, with highs of 4C in the north, 6C in the Midlands, locally milder up to 11C in the far south.

Monday night
Overnight is looking drier across southern and central England, Wales, and Ireland. Some showers along eastern and southern coasts of England as well as eastern Scotland. Fairly cloudy for most. Cold temperatures, with lows of 1C in the north, an 4C in the south. Some frost in some sheltered rural spots across northern and western parts of England and Wales, plus Scottish glens.

Continued showers in the southeast into Tuesday morning, but these will soon fade out, giving a pleasant day. Variable cloud across northern regions and over Ireland, with the best of the sunshine in central and southern England. In the afternoon, a mix of patchy rain and showers in northeast Scotland, but drier in the west. Snow on some northern hills, with snow flurries across lower ground in the north. Perhaps one or two coastal showers, but dry and pleasant for most. Feeling cold, with highs of 4C in the north and 6C in the south.

Largely dry on Wednesday, with some residual cloud and one or two pockets of light drizzle across Ireland and southwest England. Sunny spells elsewhere but mist and patchy fog that may last all day. Frosty in Highland glens and in some northern areas of England. Mostly light winds. Feeling colder, with temperatures of 2C in the north 5C for central England, up to 7C in the south.

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