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

    Regional forecast for Central Tayside & Fife

    Sunny spells developing inland. Cooler and cloudier North Sea coasts.

    Today:

    A cloudy start with occasional mist and drizzle and isolated fog patches. Much of this low cloud will lift and break during the day, becoming warm inland. However, it could persist around North Sea coasts were it will remain cool. Maximum Temperature 15 °C.

    Tonight:

    Clear spells at first inland this evening, but low cloud will become widespread again with some mist and drizzle, particularly around the coast. Isolated fog patches as winds remain light. Minimum Temperature 3 °C.

    Friday:

    It will be mostly cloudy with occasional mist or drizzle, this most widespread near the coast during the morning. The cloud lifting at times inland with some brightness developing. Maximum Temperature 11 °C.

    Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

    Mainly dry and settled. Cloud amounts will vary, but generally a lot of cloud is expected with sunshine at a premium. The odd shower possible and winds light to moderate.

    Updated at: 0401 on Thu 17 Mar 2016

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Many areas fine and sunny through Thursday.

    Today:

    Rather cloudy to start before increasing amounts of sunshine develop, making it feel warm in generally light winds. Extensive low cloud will affect northeastern coastal districts, gradually spreading south to other eastern coasts making it feel significantly colder.

    Tonight:

    Extensive low cloud with the odd spot of rain across eastern coastal districts will spread inland overnight, reaching central areas by dawn. Coldest in the west with localised fog patches.

    Friday:

    Cloudy across central and eastern areas with light drizzle possible, and feeling colder than of late. Sunny spells continuing in the west where it will feel pleasantly warm in places.

    Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

    Staying settled but largely cloudy. Some isolated light drizzle possible but most places staying dry with some brighter spells. Rather chilly with localised frost and fog patches.

    Updated at: 0127 on Thu 17 Mar 2016

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Monday 21 Mar 2016 to Wednesday 30 Mar 2016:

    High pressure is expected to dominate the weather across the United Kingdom bringing a lot of dry weather, however there is a risk of light showers spreading southwards across the UK on Monday. A mixture of cloudier areas and some sunshine is likely, with patchy fog and ground frost possibly forming overnight. As we head into Easter, a gradual transition to more unsettled and slightly colder weather looks the more likely trend, with stronger winds and outbreaks of rain affecting the north and northeast, whilst parts of the south and southwest hold on to the driest weather for longer, although confidence is low at this stage. Temperatures should be about average or perhaps just below for the time of year, feeling rather cool in areas with an onshore brisk breeze.

    UK Outlook for Thursday 31 Mar 2016 to Thursday 14 Apr 2016:

    A rather unsettled end to March looks the most likely scenario at this stage, with the north seeing the most of any wet and windy weather and best of any dry and settled weather in the south. Temperatures may be generally slightly below average. Then as we head into early April, there is a very high degree of uncertainty. There may be significant swings in weather and temperatures through the period, with the possibility of interludes of unsettled weather as well as longer drier settled spells, as is often the case at this time of year.

    Updated at: 0127 on Thu 17 Mar 2016

    Location Details

    Pitlochry

    Location: 56.7045, -3.7283

    Altitude: 110.0m above mean sea level

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