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Colder and changeable outlook

[Updated 07:45 05/11/2019]

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Areas of low pressure remain in charge of the weather during the coming days. It will be colder than recently and over high ground in the north there is a risk of sleet or snow. The chilly conditions continue into the weekend and there is the likelihood of a band of heavy rain crossing the country on Saturday....READ IN FULL

Tuesday starts with patchy rain in central and northern England. Elsewhere there are a few showers and it is murky in the south and east. Through the day showers spread southwards across eastern counties and some of them could be heavy. Elsewhere there will be scattered showers but it should become mainly dry and bright. This evening dry periods are likely in much of the country so the prospects are generally reasonable if you're having a fireworks party.

Temperatures range from 7C (45F) in the north to 11C (52F) in the south. See the rain radar for the latest view.

Arpege forecast chart 1

Meteo France Arpege, rain, 15:00 GMT Tue 5th November

Tonight showers fade away inland but continue in coastal counties. Clearing skies lead to a widespread frost in central and northern regions.

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Tomorrow wet weather begins to push in from the Atlantic. Through the afternoon it affects Northern Ireland and western Britain. By the end of the day it could reach central counties. Eastern England and much of Scotland remains drier, although there will be a few showers and over high ground they could fall as snow. Generally feeling cold.

Arpege forecast chart 2

Meteo France Arpege, rain, 15:00 GMT Wed 6th November

Unsettled and quite cold

During Thursday eastern and northern England probably have spells of rain and some of them could be heavy. Elsewhere there will be sunny intervals and showers which continue to fall as snow over high ground in Scotland. Generally feeling cold. A widespread frost develops overnight in northern and western counties.

By Friday showers become isolated and increasingly restricted to the east. There should be a lot of dry and bright weather but it will be quite cold.

The weekend is looking mixed. A band of wet and windy weather spreads eastwards on Saturday. Over high ground in the north it may turn to sleet or snow and significant accumulations are possible over the Scottish mountains. Low pressure remains close by on Sunday so further showery rain is likely.

Next week the chilly and changeable weather continues. All areas have showers or longer periods of rain and in the north there is a chance of snow at times, especially over high ground.

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GFS, 500hPa heights and MSLP, 15:00 GMT Sat 9th November

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