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Mostly cloudy and mainly dry, perhaps some drizzle over the hills. A few brighter interludes developing, especially towards the north and east coasts. Strengthening south or southwesterly winds. Mild. Maximum Temperature 12C.
A dry start to the evening. Outbreaks of rain will edge into Derry and Fermanagh later this evening and some patchy light rain will reach Belfast and the east overnight. Minimum Temperature 8C.
A cloudy day with some outbreaks of rain. Some drier spells especially in the east. Fresh to strong southwesterly winds and very mild. Maximum Temperature 14C.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Colder, drier and brighter on Sunday. Rain early Monday followed by blustery showers and possibly severe westerly gales. Tuesday mainly dry, some sunshine.
Updated at: 0259 on Fri 06 Mar 2015
Rather cloudy to start, but much of the UK will be dry with sunny spells developing across much of England and Wales. Persistent, locally heavy, rain continuing across northwest Scotland. Windy with severe gales in the northwest. Staying mild.
Heavy and persistent rain continuing across Western Scotland and pushing slightly further south. Dry elsewhere with clear skies in places. Windy with severe gales in the far northwest. Staying mild.
Heavy rain continuing across the far northwest, possibly affecting Cumbria for a time. Dry elsewhere with some sunny spells. Windy with gales in the northwest. Locally very mild.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Rain moving southeast during Sunday but becoming lighter with colder conditions following. Further wind and rain spreads northeast on Monday after a dry start. Becoming fine and dry by Tuesday.
Updated at: 0229 on Fri 06 Mar 2015
UK Outlook for Wednesday 11 Mar 2015 to Friday 20 Mar 2015:
After a bright start on Wednesday, a frontal system, with its associated cloud and rain, will push northeastwards across the UK with strong winds affecting western parts. A drier interlude is expected to follow for a time, before another rain-bearing weather front pushes into the west later Thursday. Whilst most areas will see some rain during this period, southern and eastern parts will be more sheltered and thus remain drier. Thereafter, pressure is expected to build over, or to the east of, the UK bringing more settled and drier conditions to many. However, weather fronts will occasionally push in from the Atlantic bringing cloudier interludes with some rain, mainly to northwestern parts. Temperatures will often be near, or perhaps above average, but with cold nights still likely under clearer conditions.
UK Outlook for Saturday 21 Mar 2015 to Saturday 4 Apr 2015:
It looks probable that pressure will remain higher than average across the UK at first. This would bring generally drier than average conditions, but it is likely that there could be large amounts of cloud at times, with some occasional rain or showers, particularly across the north. There are signs that more of a northwest-southeast split will develop in late March and into early April with wetter conditions into the northwest, whilst drier conditions and higher than average pressure perhaps persist in the southeast.
Updated at: 1149 on Fri 06 Mar 2015
Location: 54.328, -5.7156
Altitude: 4m above mean sea level