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Mainly dry and cloudy, with limited bright or sunny intervals and perhaps some patchy drizzle, especially at first. It will feel chilly in the southeasterly breeze. Maximum Temperature 7 °C.
Predominantly dry and cloudy, although some breaks and so clear spells could occur, leading to perhaps localised mist forming and temperatures falling close to freezing. Winds generally light. Minimum Temperature 1 °C.
Sunday will be largely dry with often large amounts of cloud, but some bright or sunny spells may occur. Winds remaining generally light, but still it will feel chilly. Maximum Temperature 5 °C.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
Rain and strong winds clearing Monday afternoon. Then colder, windy conditions with sunshine and scattered showers following through the rest of the forecast period, with the showers becoming increasingly wintry.
Updated at: 0222 on Sat 13 Jan 2018
Cloudy but dry for much of the UK, with limited bright or sunny breaks and perhaps some patchy drizzle. Outbreaks of rain and a stronger wind will affect some western areas, heavy at times, but easing later in the day.
Rather cloudy, with stronger winds and outbreaks of rain continuing to affect west and north western parts at first. Some clear spells elsewhere will allow a frost in places.
Most parts of the UK will be rather cloudy but largely dry, with brighter breaks developing during the day. Wet and windy weather will arrive in the northwest by lunchtime.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
Heavy, squally rain will push southeastwards across the rest of the UK on Monday. Colder, brighter weather then follows, along with frequent, blustery, and for some wintry showers.
Updated at: 0105 on Sat 13 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 less 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: 1224 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, that could be wintry, especially in the north and over high ground; and, periods of colder, brighter, and generally showery weather. The colder and brighter spells are likely to see overnight frost or fog with temperatures through this period generally ranging from near to or below normal for the time of year.
Updated at: 1227 on Sat 13 Jan 2018
Location: 52.705, 1.6299
Altitude: 10.0 m above mean sea level