Issued: 0800 Tuesday 3rd November 2020
Duty forecaster: Simon Keeling
Dry, sunny and cool at first but then becoming milder with drizzle at times
Cool for the next few days and mostly dry under high pressure. Conditions are set to be turning milder into the weekend and next week with cloud and outbreaks fo rain and drizzle.
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High pressure is going to be centred to the east of the UK on Friday. This brings a cool morning with plenty of sunshine and mostly dry weather. More cloud in northern and western Scotland as well as the west of Ireland. The afternoon is going to be staying dry with more sunshine throughout. Highs at 9 to 11C.
Chilly to start Saturday morning. Increasing amounts of broken cloud through Ireland, Wales and England. Some sunny spells for most. The best sunshine in the far north of Scotland. Highs at 8 to 10C.
Murky and damp in central and southern England and Wales as well as southern Ireland. Outbreaks of rain and drizzle here. More cloud over eastern coasts of Scotland and England with further spots of drizzle. Some bright spells in western Scotland and northwest England. Highs at 8 to 11C for most, but 13 to 16C in the far south of England.
Low pressure will be slipping northwards through the UK and Ireland on Monday. This brings cloud and periods of drizzle and rain over much of England, Wales and Ireland. Scotland is also going to be cloudy and damp with more mist and drizzle. Highs at a mild 12 to 15C in the south, 9 to 12 further north.
Showery bursts of rain pass eastwards on Tuesday. These should clear to leave sunny spells. All areas looks set to become milder too at 11 to 15C.
Mild again on Wednesday with low pressure to the west and high pressure to the east. A southerly flow brings drizzle to western coasts and hills. Dry for most with sunny spells, most in the east. Highs at 12 to 16C.