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Rain in much of the country

[Updated 07:50 09/11/2019]

Frosty weather

The weekend weather is looking very mixed. Outbreaks of rain affect much of the UK today and over high ground they could turn to sleet or snow at times. Tomorrow will be drier and brighter but it remains cold. The unsettled and chilly theme continues for much of next week. In the longer term forecast confidence is low....READ IN FULL

Saturday starts with outbreaks of rain in Northern Ireland, Wales and south western England. Elsewhere it is dry and frosty. Through the day the rain steadily spreads eastwards across southern and central regions. Over the Welsh mountains and the Peak District snow is possible. Drier conditions follow into parts of the south west for a time. Scotland and north eastern England have sunny spells and scattered showers.

Temperatures range from 5C (41F) in the north to 8C (48F) in the south west. See the rain radar for the latest view.

Arpege forecast chart 1

Meteo France Arpege, rain, 15:00 GMT Sat 9th November

Tonight the rain pushes southwards and it becomes patchier. In central and northern counties clear spells lead to a widespread frost. Temperatures in Scotland could locally fall to -7C (19F).

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Tomorrow begins with a widespread frost in central and northern regions. In the south the remnants of the rain clear quite quickly to leave all regions bright and cold. There will be scattered showers in the east and late in the day outbreaks of rain may reach Northern Ireland. 

Arpege forecast chart 2

Meteo France Arpege, temperatures, 15:00 GMT Sun 10th November

Unsettled and quite cold

On Monday a band of rain clears southeastwards. Over high ground in the north snow is likely. Brighter conditions follow it but heavy showers develop in Scotland, North Ireland and north western England.

Tuesday should be mainly dry in the south. In central and northern regions there will be showers and over high ground they could be wintry. At times showers may merge in the north to give longer spells of rain. It remains cold.

Through the rest of the 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. Later in the period it may start to turn drier.

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GFS, 500hPa heights and MSLP, 15:00 GMT Tue 12th November

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