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A breezy start, with some scattered showers across the region. Into the afternoon, heavy rain will push in from the west and continue through the afternoon. The winds will remain strong throughout. Maximum Temperature 11 °C.
Once the rain has cleared, it will be mostly dry and clear. Although, there could be some coastal showers. It will remain breezy. Minimum Temperature 6 °C.
A mostly dry start, barring some localised showers. Heavy rain then arrives late morning, and will continue throughout the day. Winds remaining strong. Maximum Temperature 13 °C.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Breezy with heavy rain early on Wednesday, but clearing later in the day. Remaining breezy on Thursday with rain later. Mostly dry on Friday, barring some showers in the west.
Updated at: 0231 on Mon 13 Jan 2020
Many parts start bright and rather cold. Thickening cloud heralds a spell of heavy rain and gales, reaching many western areas by lunchtime, with local severe gales. Rain and strong winds reach eastern parts later, showery by then further west.
Rain and gales clearing the east, followed by clear spells and scattered showers. Showers heaviest and most frequent in the northwest, with some hill snow and an ice risk.
The northwest corner will stay showery. Elsewhere bright skies soon giving way to another batch of wet, very windy weather, especially across England and Wales. Mild here, cold in north.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Rain clearing on Wednesday then sunshine and showers, mainly in the west. Further rain Thursday, heaviest in the west. Friday dry for most, windy at first, turning colder later.
Updated at: 0230 on Mon 13 Jan 2020
UK Outlook for Friday 17 Jan 2020 to Sunday 26 Jan 2020:
Although very unsettled conditions will continue to the end of this working week, the weather will probably settle down somewhat next weekend. Generally dry, bright weather will probably be established over many parts by Sunday and these more settled conditions may persist into the middle of next week and perhaps longer. With this it could become rather cold at times with widespread night frosts and fog patches. It will probably stay more unsettled and milder in the northwest with a greater chance of further rain and strong winds here, although a brief colder interlude with wintry showers is possible. Later in the period, confidence is very low. However there is a chance that more unsettled, milder conditions could become re-established, more widely across the UK.
Updated at: 1438 on Sun 12 Jan 2020
UK Outlook for Monday 27 Jan 2020 to Monday 10 Feb 2020:
Through the end of January into February, we are likely to have higher pressure across the UK than during previous weeks. The northwest will probably see the wettest and windiest weather whilst further south and southeast it should be drier and brighter with an increased risk of frost and fog. There is a chance that drier, settled conditions could extend to all parts at times. Snow will be most likely over northern hills, but it could fall to lower levels at times, mainly in the north, during colder interludes. Temperatures will tend to be close to or above average, but will fluctuate day to day when more changeable weather types are established. There could be some cold spells in southern and central areas in particular if more settled weather develops.
Updated at: 1446 on Sun 12 Jan 2020
Location: 50.9016, -3.49
Altitude: 61.0 m above mean sea level