Issued: 0900 Wednesday 6th November 2019
Duty forecaster: Dr. Simon Keeling
Cold and unsettled with rain at times, perhaps drier early next week
Conditions will be remaining cold through the coming week. There will be rain and showers, some of these heavy at times. The heaviest of the rain in nore northern areas with a risk of some snow on hills. Next week stays cold with further mixed conditions, although it may be drier for some early in the week.
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Low pressure will push fronts eastwards through the UK and Ireland on Saturday. The rain turning heavy at times and turning to snow over the hills of northern England and Scotland. Drier in the east at first, but rain arriving here later. Heavy showers and brighter weather following into Ireland and the west of the UK. Temperatures at 1 to 4C in Scotland and northern England, 7 to 9C in southern England, Wales and Ireland.
Low pressure to the south of the country on Sunday. This is going to be bringing periods of rain ro central and southern England and Wales, although this fading during the day. Drier weather in Scotland and northern England as well as much of Ireland. Cold for all. Highs around 3 to 7C.
A ridge of high pressure builds on Monday. This brings mist and fog patches as well as an early frost on Monday morning. Becoming brighter with sunny spells. Cloud and rain in Ireland and western Scotland. Highs at 3 to 7C.
Low pressure north of Scotland on Tuesday. Another clod day with showers in northern and western Scotland. A few showers for northwest England, northern and western Ireland too. Drier in the east and south where there will be sunny spells. Temperatures at 3 to 8C.
A ridge of high pressure brings a cold day again. There will be plenty of dry weather with sunny spells, but some showers over western coasts and hills. Highs at 4 to 8C.
Low pressure north of Scotland on Thursday. Fronts pass eastwards taking wind and rain with the,. The rain heaviest in northern areas. Highs at 3 to 8C.