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A windy day with bright spells and blustery showers. The showers will give some heavy and prolonged downpours in places and be mixed with hail, with sleet or snow falling over the highest ground. Feeling cold, especially in the wind. Maximum Temperature 6 °C.
Showers will continue through this evening, but they will become increasingly isolated with some clear spells developing. Strong winds at first will steadily ease. Cold under clear skies by morning. Minimum Temperature 1 °C.
Sunny spells and isolated showers for much of Thursday, with the showers most likely in the south. Clouding over from the west after midday, with rain arriving by evening. Maximum Temperature 8 °C.
Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
Overnight rain clears to sunshine and showers on Friday. Milder on Saturday but cloudy with further rain. Early rain on Sunday clears to leave bright spells before returning by evening.
Updated at: 0138 on Wed 8 Dec 2021
A generally windy day, with early gales in the west and southwest, perhaps severe in coastal Wales. Showers affecting most areas, some heavy and with some more persistent bands of showery rain especially across Wales. A little brightness or sunshine.
Showery rain and showers easing for many, clearer spells allowing patchy frost, mostly in the north. However parts of northwest England and the northwest Midlands likely to keep some showers.
Showers continuing to ease away northeastwards, many parts fine for a time. Rain returning to western parts by afternoon and central areas later. Mostly fairly chilly, milder in southwest later.
Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
Drier weather at times, with unsettled interludes. Blustery showers Friday and Sunday, mainly for the north and west, with longer spells of rain for most through Saturday. Turning milder.
Updated at: 0151 on Wed 8 Dec 2021
UK Outlook for Sunday 12 Dec 2021 to Tuesday 21 Dec 2021:
A chance of bright spells in the east, with showers feeding in from western coasts to begin the period. A chance of further cloud and persistent rain to move into parts of the west. Hill snow likely in the north. Temperatures generally around average, with a chance of strong winds along southern and northwestern coasts. Moving through the period, largely unsettled conditions are likely to persist, with the chance of further showers and longer spells of rain, heavy in places, with a chance of gales for some exposed areas. Potential for drier and brighter conditions in the east at times. Some showers are likely to turn wintry at higher elevations. Towards the end of the period, more settled conditions may develop with some cold interludes likely.
Updated at: 1233 on Tue 7 Dec 2021
UK Outlook for Tuesday 21 Dec 2021 to Tuesday 4 Jan 2022:
Going into the Christmas period, temperatures are most likely to be close to normal for the time of year, although some colder spells remain possible. It is likely to become more settled around Christmas and towards New Year with increased chance of overnight frost and fog during clearer spells.
Updated at: 1228 on Tue 7 Dec 2021
Location: 53.3937, -2.1243
Altitude: 86.0 m above mean sea level