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Thursday should be a dry day but with a good deal of cloud. However there will be some bright or sunny spells, and where these occur it will feel mild. Maximum Temperature 12C.
Remaining largely dry through the night. There will be a good deal of cloud and this, along with a steady breeze should prevent a frost. Minimum Temperature 4C.
Staying dry for most on Friday with plenty of cloud and one or two sunny intervals. Becoming increasingly windy through the day. Maximum Temperature 12C.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Saturday windy but dry with some sunshine and very mild. Some patchy rain likely for a time late Sunday. A sunny, cold start on Monday, wind and rain by evening.
Updated at: 0205 on Thu 05 Mar 2015
This Evening and Tonight:
Staying cold, dry and clear in the south and east, leading to a widespread frost developing. Turning cloudy, milder with occasional outbreaks of rain and strengthening winds in the northwest with local gales likely in exposure.
Rain in northwestern areas turning heavy and persistent over hills. Further south, brighter, drier conditions will prevail, although probably becoming cloudier later. Windy in north with local gales. Turning milder.
Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
Rain affecting northwest Scotland, often heavy and persistent. Elsewhere, variable cloud with sunny spells. Windy with gales in the northwest. Rain edging south Sunday. Mild or very mild for most.
Updated at: 1517 on Wed 04 Mar 2015
UK Outlook for Monday 9 Mar 2015 to Wednesday 18 Mar 2015:
On Monday a frontal band, with quite widespread rainfall, will move slowly southeast and ease. It will be mild to the south, with colder air to the north. Into Tuesday the frontal band may well pivot and move back northwards with a risk of the rain becoming heavy for a time in the west. Also turning windy in the west and northwest with a risk of gales. From Wednesday, there looks to be generally more settled conditions across most parts of the UK. However, occasional weather systems will likely still bring cloudier interludes with rain, mainly to northern and western parts. Away from cloud and rain temperatures often near or above average leaving conditions often feeling pleasant in sunshine.
UK Outlook for Thursday 19 Mar 2015 to Thursday 2 Apr 2015:
It looks probable that pressure will remain higher than average across the UK at first. This would bring generally drier than average conditions, but it is likely that there could also be some cloud at times, with some occasional rain or showers, particularly across the north. There are signs that a more unsettled regime will return to at least some regions in late March with wetter than average conditions probably developing in the northwest, whilst drier than average conditions perhaps persist in the southeast.
Updated at: 1158 on Wed 04 Mar 2015
Location: 51.2735, 1.3391
Altitude: 3m above mean sea level