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It will be dry for most of daylight hours with a little sunshine especially across Kintyre. Heavy rain will reach west Argyll late in afternoon and will extend eastwards later with strong to gale force southerly winds. Maximum Temperature 8 °C.
Cloudy with heavy and persistent rain this evening, but it will become drier later in the night with scattered showers across Argyll. Easing winds and turning colder. Minimum Temperature 2 °C.
A mixture of sunny intervals and blustery heavy showers, these gradually turning wintry even down to very low levels in the evening. Maximum Temperature 4 °C.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:
Cold with sunny intervals and heavy wintry showers throughout the outlook period with snow accumulations even at sea level. Showers will be more frequent in west.
Updated at: 0211 on Sun 14 Jan 2018
Wales and England will stay dry with sunny spells though cloud will linger in the southeast. Scotland, Northern Ireland and the north of England will become increasingly windy. Heavy rain will edge into western Scotland and Northern Ireland this afternoon.
Heavy rain and strong winds in western Scotland will move southeastwards across the rest of the UK. Blustery showers will follow behind the rain, falling as snow on Scottish hills.
Rain will clear from southeast England during the morning, leaving the whole UK with strong winds and blustery showers. Showers will fall increasingly as snow in the north.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:
Strong cold winds and wintry showers will continue, perhaps thundery in the northwest. Snow is likely to settle in the north. Possibly wet and windy in the south on Thursday.
Updated at: 0148 on Sun 14 Jan 2018
UK Outlook for Thursday 18 Jan 2018 to Saturday 27 Jan 2018:
This period is likely to start off windy with sunshine and blustery showers, these giving some snow, mainly in the north, with rain or sleet likely elsewhere. Some good shelter for eastern parts of the UK which will see drier, brighter weather. Showers are likely to become less frequent and the winds ease as we head into the new working week. It'll feel cold too, with a marked wind chill, although this becoming less noticeable as winds weaken. There remains quite a bit of uncertainty as we head into late January with the UK likely to see a mixture of short-lived spells of rain and showers, which could be wintry at times, and periods of colder, brighter, and more generally showery weather. Temperatures staying near or below normal.
Updated at: 1618 on Sat 13 Jan 2018
UK Outlook for Sunday 28 Jan 2018 to Sunday 11 Feb 2018:
Through the final part of January and into early February the UK's weather should be characterised by short-lived unsettled spells with rain and showers interspersed with periods of colder, brighter, and generally showery weather. During the unsettled spells showers or rain may become wintry, especially in the north and over high ground. During the colder and brighter spells overnight frost or fog is likely. Temperatures through the period will generally range from near to or below normal for the time of year.
Updated at: 1617 on Sat 13 Jan 2018
Location: 55.9073, -4.8675
Altitude: 29.0 m above mean sea level