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[Updated 07:35 11/11/2019]
Rather cold and changeable weather continues this week. All of the UK can expect showers or longer periods of rain and over high ground there is a risk of sleet or snow. In quieter spells nighttime frosts develop widely. Forecast confidence for next week is low but a very cold air mass to the northeast of the UK may need watching....READ IN FULL
Monday starts with outbreaks of rain in northern and eastern areas. Elsewhere it is showery. This morning the rain steadily clears away, although it may linger in East Anglia and the far south east until the early afternoon. Northern Scotland remains overcast and wet for much of the day. Elsewhere sunny spells develop but heavy showers push into the west. It will be windy.
Temperatures range from 5C (41F) in the north to 9C (48F) in the south. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 15:00 GMT Mon 11th November
Tonight heavy showery rain is continues in much of the north and west. In other coastal counties showers are likely but inland parts of southern and central Britain have a good deal of dry weather. It remains windy with severe gales possible in the north west.
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Tomorrow most areas have showery spells of rain but there will be bright spells too. Over high ground in Scotland they fall as sleet or snow. It remains windy and quite cold.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 15:00 GMT Tue 12th November
Wednesday should be mainly dry and bright in central and eastern areas, although there will be some showers. Across Northern Ireland, Wales and the south west of England wet and windy conditions develop during the second half of the day.
During Thursday showery spells of rain affect much of England and Wales. Over high ground they may turn to sleet or snow at times. Scotland and Northern Ireland have brighter and showery conditions. It will be cold and a keen northeasterly wind exacerbates the chill in northern counties.
Through the rest of the week the changeable weather continues. Northern regions have wintry showers and in the south there could be longer periods of rain. By the weekend high pressure may bring drier conditions but it remains cold and nighttime frosts could become widespread.
GFS, 500hPa heights and MSLP, 15:00 GMT Fri 15th November
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