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

    Regional forecast for Central Tayside & Fife

    Becoming mainly dry with sunny spells.


    Cloudy and outbreaks of rain soon clearing to leave a bright day with some good spells of sunshine developing, especially across Angus and Fife. However cloud increasing across Stirlingshire through the afternoon. Freshening southerly breeze. Maximum Temperature 14C.


    Outbreaks of rain reach western Stirlingshire soon after dark and then spread northeast through the evening with strong southerly winds. Rain turning patchier overnight with winds easing. Minimum Temperature 6C.


    A rather cloudy start with patchy rain but soon becoming drier with sunny spells developing. Occasional showers are expected west of Stirling but most places remain largely dry. Southwesterly breeze. Maximum Temperature 12C.

    Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

    A few showers, especially in the west through Monday and Tuesday with clear or sunny spells. Wednesday looks mostly dry with sunny spells. Risk of overnight frosts.

    Issued at: 0400 on Sat 01 Nov 2014

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Mostly fine today, but turning wet and windy later.


    Cloud and occasional rain across southeastern parts of England clearing this afternoon Showers in the far northwest. Otherwise a drier spell with some sunshine, before rain and strong winds spread into western areas this afternoon.


    Wet and windy weather in the west, with gales in exposure, will spread across most parts overnight, though perhaps not reaching the far southeast of England by dawn.


    Cloud and patchy rain will linger across the far southeast. Otherwise breezy with sunny spells and blustery showers, heavier and most frequent in the north and west. Feeling cooler.

    Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

    Sunshine and showers Monday and Tuesday, showers locally heavy and frequent. Becoming drier and quieter during Wednesday. Turning progressively colder with overnight frosts in the north.

    Issued at: 0400 on Sat 01 Nov 2014

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Thursday 6 Nov 2014 to Saturday 15 Nov 2014:

    A mainly dry and cold start on Thursday and a frost likely, especially in the north. Some localised mist and fog patches are also likely and will be slow to clear in the east. Cloud and rain, locally heavy, is expected to erratically move eastwards through the day with brisk winds likely for many parts. The cloud and rain will continue to edge eastwards, clearing eastern parts through Friday. Thereafter, the unsettled and windy weather from the west looks to continue, with spells of rain pushing northeastwards across the country interspersed by brighter, showery and colder days. Some particularly wet and windy weather is a possibility at times. Temperatures are likely to return to nearer normal for November.

    UK Outlook for Sunday 16 Nov 2014 to Sunday 30 Nov 2014:

    During this period, the generally west or southwesterly flow is likely to bring spells of wet and windy weather, especially to northern and western parts of the UK. However, southern and eastern areas may see some drier and settled conditions increasing the likelihood of some sunshine, but also the risk of frost, mist and fog overnight, the latter of which could be slow to clear. Spells of unsettled weather are still likely across the south and east though. Daytime temperatures may well be near normal, although it will feel colder during any wet and windy spells.

    Issued at: 0400 on Sat 01 Nov 2014

    Location Details

    Ancrum Outdoor Education Centre

    Location: 56.4655, -3.0103

    Altitude: 139m above mean sea level

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