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UK 5 day weather forecast
Clear spells and scattered blustery showers.
This Evening and Tonight:
Rain and showers continuing for many with Northern Ireland and southern/central Scotland seeing the most persistent rain, this likely to turn wintery over high ground. Central and eastern England staying mostly dry. Breezy for most.
Sunny spells and showers for most, heaviest and most frequent in the north where they will be wintry over high ground. More persistent rain arriving in far southwest towards evening.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Rain clearing the south Sunday morning then turning colder with wintry showers, especially across the northeast. Cold but mostly dry Monday after a frost then turning milder and wetter Tuesday.
UK long range weather forecast
On Wednesday, outbreaks of rain for many, moving northeast, the heaviest of which likely in the northwest and perhaps snow in the northern hills. Becoming windy with a risk of gales for some western coasts. Remaining unsettled thought the start of April at first, with showers and longer spells of rain likely. Southern and eastern areas are likely to be drier, although a chance of showers or spells of rain remain likely here. Strong winds are probable, with a low risk of gales mainly across western parts. Into early April, more settled conditions and drier interludes become increasingly likely, although a chance of wetter weather tending toward the south. Temperatures are generally above average, though colder conditions remain possible in the far north and northeast at first.
A general trend to less unsettled conditions is likely into April. Still some wetter weather at times, tending towards the south. However, most areas are likely to see some spells of dry weather, with potentially frost and some fog overnight. The chance of strong winds is likely near to normal, with temperatures generally close to average for the time of year.