Issued: 0930 Friday 13th November 2020
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus
Mixed to unsettled conditions. Some milder days coming up but turning colder for the north later next week.
Mixed to unsettled weather ahead with rain, heavy at times, and strong to gale force winds on some days. High pressure does always stay close by so there will be some drier periods. The north will get colder later next week with some frosty mornings expected.
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Low pressure tracking across northern Scotland will push away allowing for a weak and brief ridge of high pressure to push up from the south. Rain across northern England and Scotland should clear and winds ease allowing for a drier rest of the day here. Staying largely dry across much of England, however, rain will spread across Ireland, Northern Ireland and Wales then into western parts of England from later on in the morning. Highs at 9 to 13C.
A windy day for all. Cloudy across England and Wales with mainly dry conditions in the morning but rain will quickly spread across Wales and then eastwards across England through the afternoon. Over Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland expect rain during the morning, heavy and persistent in places before clearing to sunny spells but also blustery showers, these merging into longer spells of rain across western areas. A mild day with max temperatures between 11 and 15C.
Another windy day but feeling cooler for all. A day of suny spells and blustery showers, these showers mainly in the north and west. Highs between 7 and 11C.
Rain across southern England will clear to the south first thign on Thursday. It will then be a day of sunny spells and showers for most, showers most prominent across northern and western. Feeling chilly too, particularly so in the north, although winds should gradually ease through the day. Highs at 9 to 13C.
A frosty yet dry and bright start across Scotland and northern parts of England, but with rain in the west and southwest cloud will soon thicken and the rain will gradually spread across the country. Northern and central Scotland, however, look to stay dry througout the day. Staying cold in the north with highs here only reach 6C. Milder further south with highs here at 13C.
A brief ridge of high pressure looks to allow for largely dry conditions on Saturday. The far north of Scotland, however, does look to have more in the way of cloud and some patchy rain. Cloud will thicken across westerrn areas later on in the day in advance of the next Atlantic low pressure. Highs at 8 to 13C.