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Any mist or freezing fog patches soon clearing. Otherwise another dry, sunny but rather cold day. Freshening south or southeasterly breeze, becoming strong and gusty across the Galloway coast this afternoon. Maximum Temperature 4 °C.
A mostly clear start this evening with some frost inland. Turning cloudier by midnight with some patchy drizzle over the hills, remaining dry elsewhere. Strong southeasterly winds along exposed coasts. Minimum Temperature -1 °C.
Some bright or sunny intervals in shelter otherwise mostly cloudy with some patchy drizzle over coasts and hills exposed to the fresh to strong southeasterly wind. Feeling cold. Maximum Temperature 5 °C.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Mainly dry on Wednesday although the east may see some rain at times. Dry and bright on Thursday. Dry and windy on Friday with rain possible in the southwest later.
Updated at: 0312 on Mon 8 Jan 2018
A frosty morning across the north with plenty of sunshine throughout the day. Overcast and cold across southern England and Wales with patchy drizzle. Cloud will move into some northern parts by the evening. Becoming windy in places.
Increasingly cloudy across the UK, but remaining cold, with widespread mist and hill fog across England and Wales. Remaining dry, clear, and frosty, in some northern and northwestern areas.
Mostly grey and murky across southern and eastern UK with hill fog and drizzle. Drier and brighter across parts of northern Scotland. Winds easing. Rain arriving in west later.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Wednesday, rain clearing eastwards, sunshine and showers developing from the southwest. Dry and bright Thursday, with overnight fog. Friday, dry in the east, turning windy and wet in the west.
Updated at: 0138 on Mon 8 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
Location: 55.7186, -2.5913
Altitude: 218.0 m above mean sea level