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UK outlook issued Thursday 20th January 2022
Friday: Southern, central and eastern counties have sunny spells in the morning but there will be a widespread frost to begin with. Cloudier skies in the west steadily spread eastwards and in the north west there are likely to be some light spells of rain. Temperatures struggle after the very cold start.
Saturday: Overcast skies are expected in much of the UK, but there could be a few bright spells in the east. In the west some drizzle is possible and in the western half of Scotland more persistent outbreaks of rain are likely. Milder than recently, especially in the north and west.
Sunday: Outbreaks of rain affect northern and eastern Scotland. Elsewhere it should be dry, but there will be a lot of cloud cover. Temperatures close to the norm.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: Periods of rain push into the north west of the UK and in western Scotland they could be heavy at times. Mainly dry elsewhere with patchy frost and fog in southern and central regions. Temperatures close to or above average generally, but it stays cold where fog is slow to lift.
Forecast confidence is high falling to medium.
Often dry in the south, but more mixed in the north west.
A good deal of dry weather, particularly in southern and central regions. Outbreaks of rain and stronger winds are more likely in the north, and particularly the north west. Frost and fog are possible on some nights, especially in the south. Daytime temperatures fluctuate between average and above average, but in places where fog is slow to clear it stays colder.
Forecast confidence is very low.
High pressure controls the weather in southern and central regions. In the north the Atlantic has more influence at times.
High pressure stays close to the UK, although at times it may be centred further west. Atlantic disturbances brush the north west and occasionally they may push southeastwards.
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High pressure continues to bring a good deal of dry weather.
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Issued 18th January 2022
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