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

    Regional forecast for Central Tayside & Fife

    Rain clearing to leave a fine bright, but windy day.

    Today:

    Rain at first, soon breaking to showers before mid-morning. These will largely be confined to Stirlingshire and western Tayside, with many in the east having a dry and bright afternoon. Winds increasing strong by afternoon, occasionally gale. Maximum Temperature 13C.

    Tonight:

    The isolated showers will turn turn more frequent from late evening, before thinning out towards dawn. Winds easing, but staying frost free. Minimum Temperature 3C.

    Sunday:

    A few isolated showers again, these mainly across the west during the morning, then the north from the afternoon. Winds light, increasing fresh to strong during the afternoon. Maximum Temperature 9C.

    Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

    Belt of rain pushing across area later Monday. However, sunshine and only a few isolated showers for the most part, with many in the east staying dry.

    Updated at: 0244 on Sat 28 Mar 2015

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Windy with cloud and rain clearing to sunshine and showers.

    Today:

    Windy for all parts with gales, especially across northern and western Scotland and northeast England, but steadily easing. Rain clearing south-eastwards and easing with sunny spells following. Showers developing in the north and west, possibly wintry over Scottish hills.

    Tonight:

    Mainly dry with clear spells at first. Windy in the north with showers continuing in the northwest, locally heavy. Rain and gales spreading to Wales and southwest England by morning.

    Sunday:

    Windy with local gales likely. Rain, locally heavy in the west, clearing eastwards while brighter, showery conditions in the north spread south-eastwards. Showers locally wintry with thunder in the northwest.

    Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

    Windy with gales likely on Monday with rain spreading east. Drier and brighter Tuesday with blustery showers, heavy and wintry in north with gales. Wintry showers in the north Wednesday.

    Updated at: 0221 on Sat 28 Mar 2015

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 1 Apr 2015 to Friday 10 Apr 2015:

    A bright but windy start on Wednesday, although some blustery and perhaps wintry showers are likely for a time in the north. Cloud will then gradually build from the west, as a band of rain spreads slowly eastwards into Thursday, although some northeastern parts will remain dry. Into the Easter weekend and the following week, changeable conditions are expected, especially across the north. This will bring periods of stronger wind, rain and showers, although interspersed with some sunny spells. With high pressure remaining close to the south of the UK, and perhaps extending across the UK at times, some more prolonged drier and brighter conditions are possible, particularly in the south and east. Temperatures will be near average, but occasionally below average in the north, with localised overnight frost possible.

    UK Outlook for Friday 10 Apr 2015 to Friday 24 Apr 2015:

    The changeable period is expected to continue, with unsettled conditions interspersed with some spells of fine weather. With a westerly weather type most likely, especially at first, showery outbreaks or longer spells of rain are likely to affect parts of the UK throughout the period. These unsettled conditions will be most frequent across the northwest, although extending further south and east at times. There will also be some drier, brighter and settled periods, these most prolonged the south and east, and also later in the period. Temperatures are then expected to average out to be around normal for the middle of April. However they will vary from day to day, and there are likely to be some cold nights at times, especially in the north, where localised frosts remain possible.

    Updated at: 1149 on Fri 27 Mar 2015

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    Forfar

    Location: 56.6436, -2.8876

    Altitude: 65m above mean sea level

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