Issued: 0930 Sunday 10th November 2019
Duty forecaster: Claire Darbinyan
Temperatures staying cold for many with rather mixed conditions for most
Temperatures will be remaining cold through next week. There will be rain and showers, some of these heavy at times. The heaviest of the rain in more western areas with more snow on hills. There will be a few drier days as high pressure briefly builds on a few occasions but this brings the risk of frost, mist and fog.
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Low pressure continues to dominate the weather with a few centres circulating around the UK and Ireland on Wednesday. A cloudy start to the day with isolated showers before outbreaks of rain move into western and southwestern areas. The best of any sunshine to the east. High temperatures at 3 to 8C.
Low pressure slides south on Thursday bringing a northeasterly air flow to the British Isles. Cloudy with outbreaks of rain for central and southern England and Wales. Mostly dry and bright with scattered coastal showers for northern England, Scotland, Ireland and Northern Ireland. Highs at 3 to 8C.
Friday may see high pressure build to the northwest while low pressure stays to the south. A cold, brisk northeasterly air flow brings frequent showers and outbreaks of rain to North Sea coasts. Drier to the west. High temperatures at 3 to 8C.
Confidence is low but winds could remain from the northeast to east bringing further showers for eastern parts of the country. Cloud builds from the west with rain for Ireland and the west of the UK later. Highs at 2 to 7C.
Low pressure slides southwest taking outbreaks of rain with it. This leaves a cloudy day with isolated showers for most of the country. The best of any sunshine to the north and west. Highs at 3 to 8C.
Monday may see high pressure briefly build to bring a dry and fair day. Cloudy for northwestern and southeastern fringes of the country. Bright but cold elsewhere with highs at just 1 to 8C.