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Cloudy with strong southwesterly winds. Some patchy drizzle in the morning over the Pennines before outbreaks of locally heavy rain spread quickly eastwards during the afternoon. Turning dry by evening with some brightness likely to end the day. Maximum Temperature 9 °C.
Cloud clearing most areas to give some long clear spells and feeling quite cold by the end of the night as the brisk winds decrease. Minimum Temperature 2 °C.
Cloud soon increasing and thickening with outbreaks of rain affecting some parts, most likely the Pennines. Mainly dry further east. Winds becoming very strong and gusty with gales probable. Maximum Temperature 13 °C.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Wednesday windy but mostly dry with some sunny spells. Some uncertainty for Thursday and Friday with generally cloudy conditions a chance of rain. Temperatures near or slightly below normal.
Updated at: 0137 on Mon 6 Jan 2020
A dry, cloudy start across much of the UK with rain moving east. This heavy at times, especially over hills in the west. Mild, but windy across Scotland and northern England. Rain clearing in the west later with some sunshine.
Rain clearing eastern areas with a few showers across Scotland. Dry elsewhere with clear periods and perhaps a few mist and fog patches in the south.
Mainly cloudy with occasional rain in north and west, this heaviest across western Scotland. Windy in north with a risk of severe gales. Very mild though, especially in the east.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Changeable with showers or longer spells of rain for most but also some drier and brighter/clear spells. Windy over Scotland on Wednesday. Temperatures around average with patchy night frosts.
Updated at: 0308 on Mon 6 Jan 2020
UK Outlook for Friday 10 Jan 2020 to Sunday 19 Jan 2020:
It will turn drier and brighter for a time across the UK at the start of this period, but further ahead the southeast should see the best of any settled conditions with light winds and drier, brighter periods and sunny spells possible at times. Rain is still possible for the south, but is likely to be short lived in comparison to the north. Generally staying unsettled across the northwest with spells of locally heavy rain and strengthening winds interspersed with scattered showers, which could turn to snow over high ground. Away from the northwest, patchy frost and fog may develop overnight and be slow to clear. Temperatures look to be mostly above average for this period.
Updated at: 1400 on Sun 5 Jan 2020
UK Outlook for Monday 20 Jan 2020 to Monday 3 Feb 2020:
Spells of heavy rain and strong winds look most likely across northern and western parts. These could be interspersed by more showery interludes where some snow could fall over higher ground. The best of any drier and brighter conditions appear most likely across the east and southeast. There is still a chance for some rain here at times. Temperatures look to be above average across the north with the potential for some colder spells. Further south, temperatures should be around normal for the time of year but may be rather cold at times.
Updated at: 1401 on Sun 5 Jan 2020
Location: 54.3011, -0.918
Altitude: 97.0 m above mean sea level