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Murky and cold, with extensive low cloud, mist and some freezing fog. Given light winds, these conditions may persist in many areas throughout the day, with only limited brighter intervals developing as temperatures languish in single figures. Maximum Temperature 7 °C.
Breezy and rather cloudy, with some rain for a time during the evening. While remaining windy, many areas should become clearer and colder later, perhaps with a local slight frost. Minimum Temperature 2 °C.
Becoming much milder, with the strengthening breeze progressively lifting areas of low cloud to reveal some brighter intervals for a time, ahead of a little rain in places later. Maximum Temperature 13 °C.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Mild, with frost not expected and daytime temperatures comfortably into double figures. It will be rather windy throughout with spells of rain, before perhaps brightening up generally through Saturday.
Updated at: 0200 on Tue 6 Dec 2016
After a bright start for Scotland, cloud and rain will spread into western parts as winds strengthen. Elsewhere overcast but dry with early fog patches slow to clear. Some brightness in north-east Scotland. Feeling less cold than recent days.
Staying cloudy overnight and dry with some clear spells for northern England and Wales. Rain and strong winds continue to affect Northern Ireland and Scotland. Staying frost free for many.
Outbreaks of rain will erratically spread southwards, although many will remain dry. Remaining cloudy, with some sunshine developing through the afternoon for central England. Windy in north. Mild for all.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Remaining unsettled with outbreaks of rain at times, mainly in the north and west, where it will also be windy. Drier and bright interludes are likely, particularly on Saturday. Mild.
Updated at: 0124 on Tue 6 Dec 2016
UK Outlook for Saturday 10 Dec 2016 to Monday 19 Dec 2016:
It is likely to be cloudy with spells of rain across southern and south-eastern parts of the UK on Saturday. The rest of the UK should be brighter with blustery showers. During the rest of the weekend and into the following week, further periods of wet and windy weather are expected to move across the UK. The most unsettled conditions are likely across the north and west with drier and brighter weather for southern and eastern areas. By mid December there will probably be some longer, drier spells between the wet weather, perhaps heralding a change to something generally more settled. It will also be fairly mild initially but temperatures are likely to return closer to normal, although passing weather systems may raise them at times.
Updated at: 1216 on Tue 6 Dec 2016
UK Outlook for Tuesday 20 Dec 2016 to Tuesday 3 Jan 2017:
Whilst there is a good deal of uncertainty, it is most likely during this period that more settled conditions may dominate associated with high pressure affecting the UK. If the pressure does build, then we can expect drier than average conditions for most areas with lighter winds. Temperatures are also then likely to be below average with an increased risk of frost and fog, especially where skies remain clear overnight. However, there will probably also be some milder, unsettled interludes too, and as we head into the New Year this may become more of a feature in our weather.
Updated at: 1214 on Tue 6 Dec 2016
Location: 53.7833, -1.5332
Altitude: 30.0 m above mean sea level