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Cloudy with patchy rain at first, but clearing south in the morning to leave a largely dry and sunny afternoon. Breezy near the Kent coast but winds lighter elsewhere. Maximum Temperature 11 °C.
Winds easing quickly inland overnight with long clear spells developing allowing a frost to develop in places, the odd mist or fog patch is also possible in prone locations. Minimum Temperature -3 °C.
Frosty with mist patches on Friday morning thinning to allow some long sunny spells. However, cloud will thicken and wind freshen through the afternoon. Remaining dry. Maximum Temperature 10 °C.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Cloudy with the odd spot of rain on Saturday. Winds easing through the evening. Turning unsettled and windy later on Sunday. Rain clearing, turning brighter during Monday afternoon, staying windy.
Updated at: 0002 on Thu 27 Jan 2022
Patchy drizzle and low cloud in southern UK clearing gradually, replaced by sunnier skies already in central areas; feeling milder. Blustery showers in parts of Scotland, wintry on hills, with early gales in the northeast; winds and showers easing later.
Many areas dry with clear spells, leading to a colder night. Frost will be fairly widespread in rural southern, central and eastern regions, with patchy fog in the south too.
:Many areas starting bright and chilly, fog in southern areas lifting. Cloudier skies and freshening winds spreading to most parts, with some rain in the west and northwest. Milder later.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Changeable with periods of rain spreading from the west at times, these interspersed with cooler, drier spells. Often rather windy with a risk of gales, especially in the north.
Updated at: 0249 on Thu 27 Jan 2022
UK Outlook for Monday 31 Jan 2022 to Wednesday 9 Feb 2022:
Through this period, the weather is likely to start off wetter than of late, with blustery showers in the north and cloudy with rain in the south, before clearing away through the day on Monday to leave brighter conditions. Cloudy and dry weather is then possible to return for most at the end of January, while it is likely to be wet and windy in the northwest at times, with wintry showers possible over high ground in Scotland. Moving into February, the largely settled and cloudy weather is likely to remain for most, with some rain and wind in the far northwest at times. Overall, temperatures are likely to be near or milder than average through this period, although some brief colder than average spells in the north are possible.
Updated at: 1111 on Wed 26 Jan 2022
UK Outlook for Thursday 10 Feb 2022 to Thursday 24 Feb 2022:
The current north-south split to the weather is likely to continue from mid-February and through to the second half of the month, with most seeing drier than average conditions. The northwest of the UK is likely to see some rain and strong winds at times. During this period, temperatures are likely to remain milder than average overall, with brief colder incursions possible in the north.
Updated at: 1112 on Wed 26 Jan 2022
Location: 50.8371, -0.7734
Altitude: 14.0 m above mean sea level