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UK outlook issued Thursday 26th November 2020
Friday: Cold with a widespread frost to start the day and in places there will be fog too. Through the day patchy rain spreads northwards across southwestern England and southern Wales. Showery rain also affects northern and western Scotland. Elsewhere it should be dry with bright spells, although fog could be slow to lift in places. Where it lingers temperatures will be pegged back and even in brighter parts it remains quite cold.
Saturday: Patchy rain pushes northwards across south western England and Wales. In other parts of the UK it should stay dry with the brightest conditions in the north. Southern and central regions remain murky. Cold in the north but milder in the south.
Sunday: Most of the UK has a dry day but in the north west there could be some light rain. Sunny spells develop in places. Temperatures close to the late November average.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: A good deal of dry and quiet weather is expected in the south with patchy nighttime frost and fog. In the north and west it turns more changeable and the risk of rain increases. Towards the end of the period rain could spread southeastwards across all regions. Temperatures often close to the seasonal average.
Forecast confidence is high falling to medium.
Changeable and possibly rather cold.
Early in the period there is a risk of showers or longer periods of rain and it may be cold enough for snow over high ground in the north. Later on it possibly turns rather cold and showery in all regions. Over high ground the showers may turn wintry at times and the risk of frost and fog returns, especially in the north.
Forecast confidence is low.
High pressure will be the dominant feature of the weather during the early part of the period. Later on it slips southwards and disturbances from the Atlantic push across the northern half of the country.
There is a lot of uncertainty during this period. An area of low pressure is expected to increasingly influence things and it may sink southeastwards across the UK. As it moves away a rather cold easterly flow could develop for a time. An alternative scenario is for the low pressure to move away northeastwards with high pressure then building in across the UK from the southwest.
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High pressure keeps the south mainly dry during the first week but in the north it is expected to turn more changeable.
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