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

    Regional forecast for Central Tayside & Fife

    Mainly cloudy, some sleet or snow spreading to the north.


    A few light showers near the east coast, otherwise mostly dry and cloudy, although some brighter spells in the west. More persistent rain, sleet and snow over higher ground spreading south over Tayside and Angus during the afternoon. Maximum Temperature 5°C.


    Rain , sleet and snow over higher ground spreading to the rest of the area, becoming heavy at times, with moderate falls of snow in places, clearing from the north later. Minimum Temperature -1°C.


    Outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow over higher ground will gradually clear away south with bright or sunny spells developing over Tayside and Angus. Maximum Temperature 5°C.

    Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

    Bright with wintry showers across the north and east, with strong northerly winds for a time. Clouding over after a bright start on Tuesday with some rain later.

    Updated at: 0248 on Fri 12 Feb 2016

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Snow across northern Scotland. Elsewhere, variable cloud and some showers.


    An area of rain, sleet and snow will drift south across northern and eastern parts of Scotland. Elsewhere, there will be variable amounts of cloud, some sunny spells and a few showery outbreaks of rain, these wintry over the hills.


    Wintry showers across eastern Scotland will spread into northeastern England, whilst rain spreads into southwest England and Northern Ireland. Elsewhere, clear spells allowing a patchy frost and isolated fog patches.


    Wintry showers will continue to affect eastern Scotland and northeast England. Cloudy across southern parts with occasional rain, sleet and perhaps hill snow. Elsewhere, dry with sunny spells, but cold.

    Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

    Turning colder with overnight frosts, but also plenty of dry, bright weather by day. However, strong northeasterly winds will drive snow showers into northern and eastern parts Sunday and Monday.

    Updated at: 0043 on Fri 12 Feb 2016

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 17 Feb 2016 to Friday 26 Feb 2016:

    On Wednesday, rain, sleet and hill snow is expected to move out of Scotland and Northern Ireland and into the north and west of England and Wales. Towards the southeast of England, dry and bright with frost and fog patches. Becoming bright and breezy across Scotland and Northern Ireland, with sunshine and wintry showers. On Thursday, the band of rain, and perhaps snow, is expected to move into southeast England as a weakening feature. After a frosty start, a mix of sunshine and wintry showers is expected elsewhere. Thereafter, the weather looks set to remain rather cold and changeable. Some wet and windy weather at times, but also some frosty conditions too between weather systems. Cold enough for snow at times, though mainly on higher ground and in the north.

    UK Outlook for Saturday 27 Feb 2016 to Saturday 12 Mar 2016:

    A continuation of rather cold and changeable weather looks the most likely trend at this stage, with winds predominantly blowing from the west or northwest. Probably wettest and windiest in the north, with a greater likelihood of longer settled periods of weather in the south. Temperatures probably averaging out at near or just below the seasonal norm.

    Updated at: 0043 on Fri 12 Feb 2016

    Location Details


    Location: 56.3951, -3.4294

    Altitude: 3m above mean sea level

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