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Wet and windy at first with rain heavy at times. The rain then clearing eastwards during the afternoon allowing brighter, but showery conditions to then develop, the showers possibly turning wintry over hills later and remaining windy. Maximum Temperature 12C.
Cold and remaining windy with variable cloud and clear spells for most. Showers continuing and becoming increasingly wintry, mainly across hills in the north. Minimum Temperature 2C.
Windy with local gales likely. A cold, bright start with rain then arriving from the west into the afternoon, locally heavy, clearing to sunny intervals with blustery showers towards evening. Maximum Temperature 13C.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:
Windy with sunshine and showers. Showers most frequent, wintry with a risk of thunder and gales on Tuesday. Winds and showers easing on Wednesday. Cloudier with outbreaks of rain Thursday.
Updated at: 0448 on Sun 29 Mar 2015
Windy, with gales and locally heavy rain in the south clearing eastwards across England, though showery conditions following with some thunder possible later. Brighter, showery conditions in the north, turning increasingly wintry across Scotland with snow likely over hills.
Generally windy, cold with clear spells for many. Showers continuing in the north, wintry across Scotland, possibly even to low levels. Cloudier, milder with outbreaks of rain in the southwest.
Windy with local gales. A cold, bright start with rain then arriving from the west during the afternoon, locally heavy. Becoming drier later with blustery showers in the far north.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:
Very windy with sunshine and showers, most frequent, wintry, locally thundery with widespread gales in the northwest Tuesday. Winds and showers easing through Wednesday. Cloudier with outbreaks of rain Thursday.
Updated at: 0403 on Sun 29 Mar 2015
UK Outlook for Friday 3 Apr 2015 to Sunday 12 Apr 2015:
Many areas away from the far northeast of the UK will probably be dull and cloudy with outbreaks of rain on Good Friday. However, it should be mostly dry during the weekend with variable and often large amounts of cloud. Winds should also be light or moderate and daytime temperatures near or slightly below average. On Easter Monday and Tuesday, thicker cloud, outbreaks of rain and stronger winds may affect western and northwestern parts of Britain but most other areas should be dry with sunny spells. Temperatures show signs of becoming a little above average. Thereafter, northwestern areas are more likely to have the most changeable conditions with spells of rain interspersed with colder, showery weather. Meanwhile, the best of the drier and brighter conditions should be to the southeast.
UK Outlook for Sunday 12 Apr 2015 to Sunday 26 Apr 2015:
The changeable period is expected to continue, with unsettled conditions interspersed with some spells of fine weather. With a westerly weather type most likely showery outbreaks or longer spells of rain are likely to affect parts of the UK throughout the period. These unsettled conditions will be most frequent across the northwest, although extending further south and east at times. There will also be some drier, brighter and settled periods, these most prolonged the south and east, and perhaps also later in the period. Temperatures are expected to remain close to the average for the middle of April. However they will vary from day to day, and there are likely to be some cold nights, especially in the north where localised frosts remain possible.
Updated at: 1212 on Sun 29 Mar 2015
Location: 53.4738, -2.2766
Altitude: 30m above mean sea level