Dumfries, Galloway, Lothian & Borders weather

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Dumfries, Galloway, Lothian & Borders weather forecast


Cloudy and breezy on Sunday, chance of some afternoon rain.

This Evening and Tonight:

Vast majority dry but some isolated and light showers may appear west of the M74. However cloud gradually building from the west, while winds back southerly towards dawn. Minimum temperature 5 °C.


A mainly dry and cloudy day, but some rain spreading northeast for a time in the afternoon. Brisk south to southwesterly winds, locally strong along the Solway coast. Maximum temperature 16 °C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Quite unsettled with showers that may merging to longer periods of rain at times, heaviest in the southwest. Feeling autumnal with winds occasionally strong, perhaps gale force.


UK long range weather forecast

This period will see generally clear or sunny spells and showers for many throughout. Some areas in the southeast may remain dry, while the heaviest and most frequent showers persist in the west and northwest. Confidence remains low, with the possibility of high pressure building across the UK at some point through this period. However, frontal systems are likely to continue to bring periods of rain. We can expect generally breezy conditions throughout, with some brisker winds in the north and coastal gales possible, most likely to be earlier in this period. Temperatures will be close to normal throughout, but slightly below in northern areas, and trending slightly above in the south for a time. There is the possibility for some chilly nights, with potential mist or fog.


Confidence remains low for this period. Sunny spells and showers are likely to persist across the UK, however there is the possibility for a deep low pressure system. This would likely bring periods of rain; however, some drier spells and potential mist and fog may be expected too, most likely at the beginning of the period. Temperatures likely to remain above normal throughout.


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