A cloudy start but soon brightening up. Quite breezy.
A rather cloudy start with the odd spot of drizzle possible but becoming sunny by late morning and pleasantly warm in the afternoon. Brisk winds may offset the temperature a little though. Maximum temperature 15 °C.
It will stay largely dry and clear overnight with winds easing. A few mist and fog patches are possible but it will be mild and frost-free. Minimum temperature 6 °C.
Another dry day is expected with plenty of sunny spells and light winds, however, it may be a little cloudier in the northwest of the region. Maximum temperature 17 °C.
Updated: 0247 on Sat 8 Mar 2014
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
Mostly dry and settled with variable cloud, sunny spells and light winds. A few spots of rain are possible, particularly on Monday. Mild by day but frost possible at night.
Updated: 0247 on Sat 8 Mar 2014"
UK Outlook for Wednesday 12 Mar 2014 to Friday 21 Mar 2014:
High pressure will dominate the weather pattern across the UK at first, bringing plenty of dry and fine weather with variable amounts of cloud and periods of sunshine. However, northwest Scotland and perhaps western parts of Northern Ireland will see occasional cloudy, damp and windier weather at times. Daytime temperatures are likely to be around, or just above, normal; but temperatures will drop under the influence of clear skies and light winds overnight leading to the risk of local frost and fog. Towards next weekend and into the following week, it is likely to turn more changeable, especially in the north. Here, some locally heavy rain, hill snow and gales seem increasingly likely, and even in the south some cloudier, windier weather with occasional rain, with temperatures returning to normal.
Updated: 1134 on Fri 7 Mar 2014"
UK Outlook for Saturday 22 Mar 2014 to Saturday 5 Apr 2014:
Current indications suggest fairly typical weather conditions for the time of year will continue during the latter half of March and into the start of April. This will mean spells of wet and windy weather, most likely in the north and west, but still some sunny spells in between, although hill snow is possible in the north too at times. The best of the drier and brighter conditions are likely to be towards the south and east of the UK. Temperatures are most likely to be around average for the time of year, with a continuing risk of overnight frost in the quieter and clearer interludes.
Updated: 1159 on Fri 7 Mar 2014"