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UK outlook issued Sunday 11th April 2021
Cold start then mostly settled.
Monday: Outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow clear away from southern counties during the morning. All regions then have sunny spells, but wintry showers are likely in coastal counties. Cold with a widespread and sharp frost returning overnight.
Tuesday: Showers are likely in the south and west of the UK as well as the north west. Elsewhere it should be mainly dry and bright. After a very cold start afternoon temperatures should be a little higher than in recent days.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: Settled weather is expected through the period, although scattered showers are still possible. Cloud amounts vary. Less cloud will mean more pleasant afternoons but colder nights and frost continues to be a risk. Also, it could feel raw near to the east coast.
Forecast confidence is high falling to low.
Daytime temperatures are forecast to be close to the norm early in the period and it should be mainly dry. During the second half of the week things may start to become more changeable, but much of the country continues to have dry periods. Temperatures trend upwards.
Forecast confidence is low.
Cold Arctic air covers the UK early in the period. High pressure then builds northeastwards and it probably becomes centred over Scandinavia. Upper air temperatures slowly increase.
High pressure stays centred close to the UK through the first half of the week. Later on it may start to decline, with Atlantic disturbances beginning to push in from the north west.
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After a cold and showery start things becomes increasingly settled. Daytime temperatures edge upwards but nights remain rather cold.
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