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

    Regional forecast for North West England

    Cold and windy with further wintry showers.

    Today:

    Unsettled again with sunny spells and showers. Showers will occasionally be heavy and turn wintry, though accumulations of snow will be confined to hills. It will be windy with possible gales in exposure, and will feel cold. Maximum Temperature 6C.

    Tonight:

    Showers will continue through the evening and night, with the risk of some snow settling to lower levels. Clear spells will lead to some icy stretches. Minimum Temperature 1C.

    Tuesday:

    Sunny spells and further showers, heavy and wintry at times with snow accumulations on hills. It'll remain cold and windy with occasional gales, especially around coasts and over hills. Maximum Temperature 6C.

    Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

    Turning drier and less windy through Wednesday, although frosty overnight. Becoming cloudier and milder during Thursday with some rain later. Often cloudy with some further rain Friday, and freshening winds.

    Updated at: 0313 on Mon 02 Mar 2015

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Sunny spells and some wintry showers, snow over hills. Windy.

    Today:

    Windy today, and feeling cold, with a mixture of showers and sunny spells. Showers will be heaviest and most frequent in the north and west, turning wintry to some low levels but with snow accumulations confined to hills.

    Tonight:

    Wintry showers continue this evening and overnight, with sleet and snow settling to increasingly low levels in parts of the north. Clear spells will lead to some icy stretches.

    Tuesday:

    Cold and windy with sunny intervals and further wintry showers. Some early snow to low levels in the north, but this becoming increasingly confined to hills. Windy with local gales.

    Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

    Turning drier and less windy through Wednesday, and frosty overnight. Cloudier and milder conditions with some rain spreading southeastwards Thursday and Friday, though staying brighter in southeast. Freshening winds Friday.

    Updated at: 0311 on Mon 02 Mar 2015

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Saturday 7 Mar 2015 to Monday 16 Mar 2015:

    A northwest/southeast split is likely through the weekend with wetter weather in the northwest, with outbreaks of rain probably becoming slow moving. It will also be windy perhaps with gales in places. Drier, brighter, less windy conditions are likely in the southeast, with some sunny spells. It will become mild across the country and may be very mild in some eastern parts. After the weekend, there looks to be a change to more settled conditions to most parts of the UK, however, occasional weather systems will likely bring cloudier interludes with rain to northern and western parts. There is uncertainty in temperatures, but they are likely to be around normal for the time of year.

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 17 Mar 2015 to Tuesday 31 Mar 2015:

    It looks probable that pressure will remain higher than average across the whole of the UK at first, before more than likely weakening and becoming more focussed across the south of the UK by the end of the month. This would bring generally drier conditions, but it is likely that there could also be some cloud at times, with some occasional rain or showers particularly across the north. However, the chance of any prolonged wet and windy weather looks relatively small. Temperatures will most likely be close to average, perhaps slightly below in the south. Some colder nights are possible with the risk of frost, mist and fog in places.

    Updated at: 1123 on Mon 02 Mar 2015

    Location Details

    Newton Rigg

    Location: 54.667, -2.783

    Altitude: 169m above mean sea level

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