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It will be a cold start with outbreaks of rain and hill snow. This will clear during the morning with sunny spells and the odd shower following. Through the day it will become breezy but less cold than of late. Maximum Temperature 9 °C.
It will remain dry and clear through the first half of the night, but become very windy with rain spreading in after midnight. This will be heavy at times. Minimum Temperature 4 °C.
Very windy at first, perhaps with some rain, but this soon clearing with some sunny spells and a few showers developing. Winds will ease a little through the afternoon. Maximum Temperature 8 °C.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
Remaining less cold than of late, and changeable with spells of rain or showers interspersed with drier, brighter intervals. Windy at times with a risk of gales, especially on Wednesday.
Updated at: 0147 on Sat 30 Dec 2017
A band of rain and hill snow will move northeastwards, with brighter skies and occasional showers following on behind. Cloudy in the far southwest throughout, with further rain arriving later. Much milder than of late, especially in the south.
Rain, heavy at times, pushing across the UK from the southwest overnight, with strengthening winds, particularly for Northern Ireland, southern Scotland and northern England, where very windy for some. Milder.
Further rain, heavy at times, moving northeast across the UK, with hill snow over Scotland. Very windy at first, especially in the north. Elsewhere, sunny spells and blustery showers.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
New Year's Day will see a mixture of sunshine and showers, wintry over hills. Rain arrives from the west Tuesday, with some hill snow. Colder on Wednesday with blustery showers.
Updated at: 0238 on Sat 30 Dec 2017
UK Outlook for Wednesday 3 Jan 2018 to Friday 12 Jan 2018:
The middle of next week is set to remain unsettled with further bands of rain interspersed by showers moving across the country. It will also be windy, with the risk of gales and severe gales across the west. Heading into the first weekend of the New Year and the weather is likely to turn more showery and probably a little colder. The showers will be most frequent in the west, and perhaps turning to snow at times towards the north. Winds also remaining strong with gales possible at times. Thereafter it is likely to remain unsettled with further spells of rain, showers and strong winds. Temperatures will tend to trend back to nearer normal, but there will still be a continued risk of snow in northern and central parts.
Updated at: 1234 on Fri 29 Dec 2017
UK Outlook for Saturday 13 Jan 2018 to Saturday 27 Jan 2018:
Probably remaining unsettled throughout the period, with further spells of rain, showers and strong winds moving across the country. The rain and showers will be most frequent in the west, with a continued risk of snow across northern and central parts in particular. There is however a chance of a more settled spell developing around the middle of next month bringing a risk of widespread frosts and fog. Temperatures likely to average out around normal for January, oscillating between milder during the spells of wind and rain, and colder during the more settled and showery periods.
Updated at: 1235 on Fri 29 Dec 2017
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