High Neb weather

Heavy snow.
Sunrise:
Sunset:
L
L
Light snow changing to light showers by lunchtime.
Sunrise:
Sunset:
L
L
Cloudy.
Sunrise:
Sunset:
L
L
Overcast changing to light rain by late morning.
Sunrise:
Sunset:
L
L
Cloudy changing to light showers by late morning.
Sunrise:
Sunset:
L
L
Light rain changing to cloudy in the afternoon.
Sunrise:
Sunset:
L
Cloudy changing to sunny intervals by lunchtime.
Sunrise:
Sunset:
L
Video

Snow and ice warnings in place

WARNING
Flood warnings
Flood alerts in force for England.

East Midlands weather forecast

Headline:

Showers, with some hill snow. Brighter in the east. Cold.

Today:

Variable cloud and sunny spells, with showers moving into western parts, and perhaps spreading east at times. Some hill snow is possible across the Peak District, with a chance of hail to lower levels. Feeling cold, with a brisk breeze. Maximum temperature 6 °C.

Tonight:

Rather windy and feeling cold, with showers gradually easing. Any snow will become confined to the highest hills, but there will be a chance of icy patches developing by dawn. Minimum temperature 0 °C.

Wednesday:

Breezy, with sunny spells, and any lingering showers fading during the morning. Cloud gradually thickening through the afternoon, but most parts staying dry. Turning less cold. Maximum temperature 8 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Cloudy, mild and breezy Thursday, with outbreaks of rain possible. Further rain spreading east early Friday, clearing to sunny spells later. Morning rain clearing northeast Saturday, with sunny spells following.

Updated:

UK long range weather forecast

Often windy with outbreaks of rain and showers for all areas at the start of this period, with temperatures on the mild side of the seasonal average. As we head through the first full week of February it currently looks most likely that we will see a gradual trend towards more settled conditions, particularly in the south, and there is a chance that these will extend across the whole country at times. Overnight fog and frosts are likely to accompany these more settled conditions, with light winds and temperatures probably nearer to the average for the time of year. The far north, and particularly north-west, will probably remain more changeable, or unsettled, with further spells of wind and rain.

Updated:

The first part of the period is likely to trend to more anticyclonic conditions, with the associated drier and more settled weather intially in the southeast, spreading northwestwards and beginning to dominate. The north will continue to be at risk from outbreaks of rain and stronger winds at times. Overnight frosts and fog will be likely, which could be persistent at times. Temperatures around normal, and sometimes a little above. There could be large variations between night time and day time temperatures in the more settled spells, especially on the sunnier days.

Updated:

More on this topic