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Some early brightness across Fife and Angus otherwise cloudy. Staying dry in the east but patchy rain across the Trossachs turning persistent in the afternoon. Strong west or southwesterly winds, easing later this afternoon. Maximum Temperature 10C.
Cloudy with some patchy rain across the west, this becoming heavier and more persistent later in the night. Mainly dry across the east, although some patchy rain later. Mild Minimum Temperature 5C.
Rain at times across the west, becoming persistent and heavier later in the day. Cloudy but mainly dry across the east. Mild and windy. Maximum Temperature 11C.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Windy on Saturday with rain across the west, drier in the east but very mild. Dry and bright on Sunday and Monday but turning colder.
Updated at: 0336 on Thu 05 Mar 2015
Dry with bright or sunny spells for most. Patchy rain, mainly in the far northwest where it will turn heavier and more persistent later. Windy in the north with gales in the northwest. Milder than of late.
Rain continuing across some northwestern areas with clearer, showery conditions across the far north. Dry elsewhere with some clear skies but mild and frost free. Remaining windy in the northwest.
Generally rather cloudy but with some sunny spells, particularly in the south and east. Persistent rain continuing across northwest Scotland. Windy with gales in the northwest. Staying mild.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Windy with gales and persistent rain across northwestern areas on Saturday, mostly dry elsewhere. Rain moving southeast during Sunday but becoming lighter. Further wind and rain spreads northeast on Monday.
Updated at: 0233 on Thu 05 Mar 2015
UK Outlook for Monday 9 Mar 2015 to Wednesday 18 Mar 2015:
On Monday a frontal band, with quite widespread rainfall, will move slowly southeast and ease. It will be mild to the south, with colder air to the north. Into Tuesday the frontal band may well pivot and move back northwards with a risk of the rain becoming heavy for a time in the west. Also turning windy in the west and northwest with a risk of gales. From Wednesday, there looks to be generally more settled conditions across most parts of the UK. However, occasional weather systems will likely still bring cloudier interludes with rain, mainly to northern and western parts. Away from cloud and rain temperatures often near or above average leaving conditions often feeling pleasant in sunshine.
UK Outlook for Thursday 19 Mar 2015 to Thursday 2 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 also be some cloud at times, with some occasional rain or showers, particularly across the north. There are signs that a more unsettled regime will return to at least some regions in late March with wetter than average conditions probably developing in the northwest, whilst drier than average conditions perhaps persist in the southeast.
Updated at: 1158 on Wed 04 Mar 2015
Location: 56.3257, -4.3234
Altitude: 145m above mean sea level