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A cold and grey day with widespread low cloud, giving hill fog and occasional drizzle over the hills, perhaps with icy conditions at high levels. Mainly dry in city areas. A chilly southeasterly wind will be notable along coastal areas. Maximum Temperature 4 °C.
Remaining similar into the evening, with most urban areas dry, whilst drizzly and foggy over hills. Some outbreaks of rain are likely towards the end of the night. Minimum Temperature 1 °C.
Cloudy with showery rain gradually clearing east during the day. Brighter, slightly milder and drier conditions should develop during the afternoon, with sunny spells and light winds. Maximum Temperature 7 °C.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Dry Thursday and Friday with light winds and sunny spells, however overnight fog likely which may linger into the day. Perhaps mainly dry Saturday with rain approaching from west later.
Updated at: 0132 on Tue 9 Jan 2018
A cloudy and grey day for most with hill fog and a few spots of drizzle. Some bright spells in the west. Rain moving into Northern Ireland, Wales and southwest England late afternoon. Feeling cold in a keen breeze.
Rain moving northeast overnight, with hill snow across Scotland. Skies clearing in the south and west with showers and a patchy frost.
Rain and hill snow clearing the north and east through the morning, lingering in northeast Scotland. A drier and brighter afternoon following with the odd shower possible in southern England.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Dry with bright spells Thursday, but fog lingering in places. Rain and strong winds in the west on Friday and Saturday, moving slowly east. Staying dry, cold and cloudy elsewhere.
Updated at: 0238 on Tue 9 Jan 2018
UK Outlook for Saturday 13 Jan 2018 to Monday 22 Jan 2018:
On Saturday outbreaks of rain move eastwards, perhaps bringing some hill snow across parts of Scotland and the Pennines. It may brighten up in the west late in the day, with the chance of a few showers. Sunday sees further showers or longer spells of heavy rain with a risk of hill snow, and this unsettled theme continues through the rest of the period. There will be some brighter, showery interludes between the spells of rain, with a low probability mid-week of generally colder and drier weather in places. Often windy, with gales or severe gales in places, especially in the north and west. Temperatures most likely to be close to or a little below normal for mid January.
Updated at: 1215 on Mon 8 Jan 2018
UK Outlook for Tuesday 23 Jan 2018 to Tuesday 6 Feb 2018:
As we approach the end of January the unsettled weather will most likely continue, with rain, shower and spells of strong winds for most. While confidence in detail is relatively low at this stage, it looks as though northwestern areas are likely to see the strongest winds and most frequent spells of rain, with southern and eastern parts perhaps seeing somewhat drier conditions. However, there may be some more settled weather in between weather systems too. On the whole, temperatures are likely to be close to normal, however as is often the case spells of rain will bring milder temperatures, followed by colder interludes.
Updated at: 1216 on Mon 8 Jan 2018
Cayton Bay (Beach)
Location: 54.2444, -0.3601
Altitude: 0.0 m above mean sea level