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    Forecast summary

    • Regional
    • UK 5 days
    • UK 6-30 days

    Regional forecast for Dumfries, Galloway, Lothian & Borders

    Dry, cold and sunny today. Widespread frost tonight.

    Today:

    A lot of dry, cold and sunny weather to come today. Isolated wintry showers along the Berwickshire coast at first this morning. Brisk north or northwesterly winds, strong at times along the east coast. Maximum Temperature 4C.

    Tonight:

    Dry and mostly clear this evening and overnight with a widespread frost soon setting in, severe frost over snow cover across the western Borders and Dumfries. Minimum Temperature -6C.

    Monday:

    Mainly dry and cold with some bright or sunny intervals, especially across the south. A few sleet or snow showers developing over Border hills later, these becoming more widespread later. Maximum Temperature 3C.

    Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

    Overnight sleet or snow soon clearing on Tuesday then dry in the southwest, wintry showers in the east. Similar on Wednesday. Becoming mainly dry on Thursday. Overnight frosts, locally severe.

    Updated at: 0333 on Sun 01 Feb 2015

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Dry and sunny for many, wintry showers north and east.

    Today:

    Showers across northern Scotland and Northern Ireland giving some snow, and also across parts of eastern England. Dry and sunny elsewhere, but parts of Wales and southern England seeing a slight covering of snow at first. Cold with icy patches.

    Tonight:

    Wintry showers in Northern Ireland and northern Scotland continuing, but easing. Otherwise mostly dry with clear spells, and winds easing across the UK. Very cold with frost and icy patches.

    Monday:

    Starting very cold and frosty with icy patches, then many staying dry with sunny spells. A band of rain, sleet and snow moves south into Scotland in the afternoon.

    Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

    Windy with a band of rain, sleet and snow moving south Tuesday, further showers moving into northeast. Mostly dry south and west, with wintry showers north and east from Wednesday.

    Updated at: 0249 on Sun 01 Feb 2015

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Thursday 5 Feb 2015 to Saturday 14 Feb 2015:

    The cold weather will continue through Thursday and Friday. There is likely to be a mixture of sunny spells and wintry showers, especially across northern parts and probably also to eastern areas, with widespread overnight frosts. There is a risk of more widespread rain and snow over western parts at this time too. From Saturday onwards, conditions are likely to become more influenced by the Atlantic, with temperatures gradually returning nearer to normal from the northwest, although the transition period will have the potential for further snow in places. Conditions will then remain changeable with unsettled periods of weather being interspersed by temporary settled conditions. Towards the middle of February there is a possibility that the more unsettled conditions will shift north, becoming more settled in the south.

    UK Outlook for Sunday 15 Feb 2015 to Sunday 1 Mar 2015:

    Whilst changeable Atlantic conditions will likely prevail at the start of the period, especially in the north, it currently looks most probable that a period of more settled weather will become established, at least for a time, across most parts of the UK with slightly drier, and colder conditions than average. Temperatures will be relatively cold across the UK, especially overnight, with frosts likely at times.

    Updated at: 0249 on Sun 01 Feb 2015

    Location Details

    Broughton House (Kirkcudbright)

    Location: 54.8372, -4.0514

    Altitude: 2m above mean sea level

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