UK weather

  • Today and tomorrow
    Sun 27 Nov - Mon 28 Nov
    Rain in southeast, bright or sunny spells elsewhere.
  • 3-5 day forecast
    Tue 29 Nov - Thu 1 Dec
  • Long range forecast
    Fri 2 Dec - Mon 26 Dec
Sun 27 Nov - Mon 28 Nov
Rain in southeast, bright or sunny spells elsewhere.

Today and tomorrow

This Evening and Tonight:

Cloud and rain slowly becoming confined to the far southeast although still with some heavier bursts. Sunshine and scattered showers, locally heavy with hail and thunder possible in west. In between, weak sunshine but predominantly dry. Gales in west easing.

Monday:

Cloud and rain clearing the southeast. Clear skies with patchy fog developing in the east. Showers continuing in the west, locally heavy with hail and the odd rumble of thunder.

Updated:
Updated:
Tue 29 Nov - Thu 1 Dec

3 to 5 day forecast

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Becoming dry for most but with mist and fog developing overnight which could be slow to in places. Winds will be mostly light, and on the cool side for many.

Updated:
Updated:
Fri 2 Dec - Mon 26 Dec

Long range forecast

Friday 2 Dec - Sunday 11 Dec

Friday morning will likely begin with some early morning mist or fog, although this will quickly clear with many areas remaining cloudy, with a chance of some light rain showers in the east and along some southern coasts through the day. The generally more settled pattern is favoured to continue through the remainder of the period, but with a chance of showers feeding into northeastern coastal areas, along the south coast and perhaps some more persistent rain to the west and southwest. These may become wintry, but this risk will be mostly confined to higher ground. Temperatures are expected to trend a little below average through the start of December, particularly in the south where easterly winds will make it feel somewhat cooler.

Updated:

Monday 12 Dec - Monday 26 Dec

Confidence remains low for this period. Conditions are expected to be more settled than of late, with the potential for high pressure to be located close to the UK, at least at first. With time, however, we may see a return to frontal systems moving in from the west, with drier interludes between. Whilst temperatures may average out close to normal overall, colder conditions are possible at times, with a risk of overnight frost and fog higher than normal.

Updated:
WARNING
Flood warnings icon
Flood
warnings

Flood warnings in force for:

Daily video forecast