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

    Regional forecast for Grampian

    Often dry with only isolated showers and some brightness.

    Today:

    Bright and mainly dry with some sunshine, the best of this likely across southern Aberdeenshire. A few scattered showers, mainly over Moray and Banffshire, these wintry over the hills. Light and variable winds. Maximum Temperature 6°C.

    Tonight:

    Mostly dry with plenty of clear spells with just the odd shower in the west. Winds remain light allowing for quite a widespread frost. Minimum Temperature -2°C.

    Tuesday:

    A mostly dry and sunny start however clouding over from the north with scattered showers developing, these occasionally heavy during the afternoon and wintry over the hills. Northwesterly winds strengthening. Maximum Temperature 5°C.

    Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

    Turning colder with bright spells and scattered showers, perhaps some snow to low levels. A fresh northerly wind at times on Wednesday, easing on Thursday but freshening again on Friday.

    Updated at: 0307 on Mon 8 Feb 2016

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Very strong winds slowly easing. Showery rain continuing.

    This Evening and Tonight:

    Gales across the south will ease however it will remain windy. Further showery rain will continue to spread across many areas overnight, although central areas should become clearer and colder. Also mostly dry in northeast Scotland with a frost.

    Tuesday:

    Windy, with showery rain moving south, wintry over high ground, especially in the north. Sharp showers continuing across the south with gales possible, particularly in the afternoon. Colder.

    Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

    Cold, easing winds and mainly dry on Wednesday and Thursday with scattered wintry showers and overnight frosts. Stronger winds with further rain and hill snow in the south on Friday.

    Updated at: 1312 on Mon 8 Feb 2016

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Saturday 13 Feb 2016 to Monday 22 Feb 2016:

    Unsettled and rather cold conditions are likely to continue through the weekend. Cold, showery conditions across the north at first may give spells of snow, with overnight frosts likely. Further south more prolonged spells of rain are likely, with a risk of this turning wintry, most likely over high ground. It will be windy at times, with a possibility of gales, most likely in the northeast and far southwest. It may turn drier from the west early in the following week, although remaining cold with overnight frosts. Later on, unsettled conditions are likely to return, with northwestern areas seeing the wettest, windiest weather, and southeastern areas likely to see more in the way of dry weather. Temperatures returning to near normal, although with overnight frosts still possible.

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 23 Feb 2016 to Tuesday 8 Mar 2016:

    Indications are that the latter half of February will be dominated by changeable weather coming in from the Atlantic. This will bring showers or longer spells of rain to most parts, wettest in northern areas, while southern parts may benefit from some longer dry spells. Snow is likely at times, mainly over northern hills. Temperatures should generally be near normal for the time of year, with the chance of occasional frosty nights where skies become clear. Generally windy with gales or even severe gales at times, mainly in northern and western parts. By late February there is a possibility of more settled weather becoming established, mainly across southern areas, bringing drier and less windy conditions here, however, wet and windy weather will most likely persistent in the north and west.

    Updated at: 1312 on Mon 8 Feb 2016

    Location Details

    Turriff

    Location: 57.5391, -2.4607

    Altitude: 56m above mean sea level

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