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Any morning showers will die away to leave a mostly dry but cloudy day. Cloud may thicken to give the odd spot of rain to Fermanagh. Northwest winds will be fresh along the Antrim coasts but lighter elsewhere. Maximum Temperature 8 °C.
A mostly dry night with a few clear intervals and light winds leading to a touch of frost in places. Cloud and patchy rain across Fermanagh and Tyrone later. Minimum Temperature 1 °C.
A cloudy day with patchy light rain spreading east across all parts. Becoming drier for a time in the afternoon before heavier rain arrives in the evening. Maximum Temperature 7 °C.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
Some rain but becoming dry for a time on Monday. Outbreaks of rain on Tuesday and Wednesday and becoming milder and windier.
Updated at: 0237 on Sat 18 Nov 2017
Cloudy and damp across southern and some western parts, with some patchy rain. Drier and sunnier but cold in the north and east, after a frosty start, with blustery showers continuing across northeast Scotland, with gales or locally severe gales.
Dry with clear skies across northern, eastern and central parts, with a fairly widespread frost. A few showers for northern Scotland. Cloudier and damp in some southwestern and western parts.
A bright and chilly start for many, away from the far southwest. Cloud and patchy rain will slowly spread north-eastwards, turning to snow over the hills of Scotland later.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
Milder conditions with outbreaks of rain spreading northeast across many parts on Monday and Tuesday, with snow over northern hills. Staying unsettled, with wet and windy weather likely on Wednesday.
Updated at: 0153 on Sat 18 Nov 2017
UK Outlook for Wednesday 22 Nov 2017 to Friday 1 Dec 2017:
The north may start cold and dry on Wednesday, but outbreaks of rain will spread north to affect all parts, giving snow over high ground of Scotland. Becoming windy generally, with gales in places. For the end of the next week into the following weekend unsettled condition will probably dominate, giving wet and windy conditions at times, especially for central and southern areas, and temperatures mainly above average. Further north it will probably be drier and brighter but cold at times. These colder conditions might extend south across the UK at times giving wintry showers. Towards the end of the month confidence becomes low, but it looks likely that the mixed weather conditions may settle down, with a period of drier, brighter, colder conditions possible by the start of December.
Updated at: 1200 on Fri 17 Nov 2017
UK Outlook for Saturday 2 Dec 2017 to Saturday 16 Dec 2017:
The weather at the start of December looks likely to be in a slow moving pattern, with a few days of drier and brighter conditions likely, although confidence is low at this stage. Thereafter it looks as though a more mobile weather pattern will become established, with some cloudy, wet and windy interludes as frontal systems move across the UK. Temperatures in this period are likely to start off below normal, but with some milder periods developing later on.
Updated at: 1205 on Fri 17 Nov 2017
Location: 54.2518, -7.4413
Altitude: 63.0 m above mean sea level