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

    Regional forecast for Northern Ireland

    Rain and hill snow spreading east.

    Today:

    A dry and bright but frosty start with patchy fog slow to clear. Cloud thickens through the morning with rain and some hill snow reaching the far west by midday. This spreads east to affect all areas through the afternoon. Maximum Temperature 6 °C.

    Tonight:

    Rain soon clears east by early evening with clear spells developing. Scattered showers develop overnight, mainly in the west at first, but turning more persistent and widespread towards dawn. Breezy. Minimum Temperature -1 °C.

    Wednesday:

    A breezy day with showers and sunny spells. Showers become less frequent for a time, but then turn wintry and more persistent in the afternoon. Windy, especially near the coast. Maximum Temperature 6 °C.

    Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

    Remaining unsettled with fresh to strong winds and showers on Thursday and Friday. Drier with lighter winds on Saturday.

    Updated at: 0305 on Tue 12 Dec 2017

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Cold and bright, but rain and hill snow arriving later.

    Today:

    A very cold start, with severe frost, ice and some freezing fog patches which will be slow to clear. Otherwise bright for many, but turning cloudier and windier in the west with rain and hill snow arriving later.

    Tonight:

    Locally heavy rain and hill snow will push eastwards overnight, with ice forming over existing snow cover. Some clearer skies, but further rain and hill snow in the west later.

    Wednesday:

    Windy with spells of heavy, showery rain for most, wintry over northern hills and perhaps to lower levels in the northwest later. Brighter spells in between. Gales in the southwest.

    Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

    Sunny spells and blustery showers on Thursday, wintry in places. Colder on Friday and Saturday although showers becoming confined to windward coasts. Frosty overnight with a risk of ice.

    Updated at: 0146 on Tue 12 Dec 2017

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Saturday 16 Dec 2017 to Monday 25 Dec 2017:

    Cold northerly winds will bring a mixture of sunshine and wintry showers on Saturday. Showers will mainly be along exposed coasts, with a good deal of sunshine elsewhere. Generally it will feel cold despite the sunshine, with overnight frosts and some icy patches for some. Sunday will probably turn less cold but more unsettled, with strengthening winds, outbreaks of rain, hill snow and cloudier skies. Into the following week, milder conditions will arrive with bands of rain and hill snow interspersed by drier interludes, these most likely in the southeast. It will often be windy with gales possible in exposed parts of the north and west. These conditions will probably continue as we approach Christmas.

    Updated at: 1254 on Mon 11 Dec 2017

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 26 Dec 2017 to Tuesday 9 Jan 2018:

    Generally changeable conditions look most likely from the start of the period to the end of December. Bands of rain are likely to move across the UK, followed by scattered showers, mainly in the northwest. Showers are likely to turn wintry at times, particularly in the north. It will often be windy with milder than average temperatures most probable. As we head into the start of January, a generally more settled spell of weather could become established. This would likely bring a mixture of colder and drier conditions with brief interludes of milder, wetter and windier weather. Snow is likely at times, especially in northern and central parts of the UK.

    Updated at: 1254 on Mon 11 Dec 2017

    Location Details

    Newtownstewart

    Location: 54.7184, -7.3771

    Altitude: 51.0 m above mean sea level

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