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Regional forecast for South West England

Localised frost overnight, particularly in eastern areas.

This Evening and Tonight:

Clear spells for many, with a localised frost developing, particularly in the east. Cloudier conditions with scattered showers developing from the west later in the night, these perhaps falling as sleet on hills. Minimum Temperature -1°C.

Thursday:

Showers tending to continue, though some sunny spells developing from time to time. Showers becoming more isolated by evening, with cloud and rain reaching the far southwest overnight. Maximum Temperature 9°C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Mostly cloudy with outbreaks of rain, possible falling as sleet or snow over hills. Variable winds, and feeling cold.

Updated at: 1431 on Wed 10 Feb 2016

UK forecast for the next 5 days

Frost for most areas overnight, icy stretches in northern Scotland.

This Evening and Tonight:

Showers continuing in parts of Wales and southwest England, whilst a more organised band of rain and hill snow moves south across Scotland. Otherwise, a cold, mainly clear, night with a widespread frost developing. Some icy stretches in northern Scotland.

Thursday:

Fog patches in some southern and western parts, may be slow to clear. Elsewhere dry with sunny spells, although some showers continuing in the southwest and parts of northern England.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Mostly dry with sunny spells and some wintry showers. Rain, sleet and perhaps some snow affecting the south on Saturday and Sunday. Feeling cold, with overnight frosts, particularly further north.

Updated at: 1429 on Wed 10 Feb 2016

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Monday 15 Feb 2016 to Wednesday 24 Feb 2016:

Rather cold conditions are likely at first, with showery conditions across the east and far southwest, and fine conditions elsewhere. Showers are likely to be a mix of sleet, snow and hail, and there will be a widespread overnight frost. It should then turn drier from the west by Tuesday, but remaining cold with widespread, locally severe, overnight frosts. Later next week, unsettled, changeable conditions should gradually return from the west, with a band of cloud and rain making erratic progress eastwards, which may also give some transient snow in places. Thereafter, it should remain unsettled with northwestern areas seeing the wettest, windiest weather, and southeastern areas likely to see more in the way of drier spells. Temperatures returning to near normal, although with overnight frosts still possible.

UK Outlook for Thursday 25 Feb 2016 to Thursday 10 Mar 2016:

Indications are that the end of February will be dominated by unsettled, changeable weather coming in from the Atlantic. This will bring showers or longer spells of rain to most parts, wettest in northwestern areas, while southeastern parts may benefit from some longer dry spells. Snow is likely at times, mainly over northern hills. Temperatures should generally be near normal for the time of year, with the chance of occasional frosty nights where skies become clear. Generally windy with gales or even severe gales at times, mainly in northern and western parts. Into early March there is a possibility of more settled weather becoming established, mainly across southern areas, bringing drier and less windy conditions here, however, wet and windy weather will more likely persist in the north and west.

Updated at: 1429 on Wed 10 Feb 2016