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[Updated 08:00 16/11/2019]
The weekend will be cold and changeable. During the first half of next week areas of low pressure bring the likelihood of further rain but temperatures begin to climb up towards the seasonal average. Later on it may turn drier in the south as high pressure builds....READ IN FULL
Saturday starts with showers in parts of northern England and Wales. Elsewhere it is dry and in Scotland there has been a frost. Through the day patchy spells of rain continue to affect north eastern England. There is also a risk of showers in Wales and the south west, but other areas stay mainly dry. Sunny spells develop in southern counties but there will be a lot of cloud in the rest of the country.
Temperatures range from 4C (39F) in the north to 9C (48F) in the south west. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 15:00 GMT Sat 16th November
Tonight showery outbreaks of rain becomes more widespread across central and western areas. Areas to the south and north have a dry and cold night with frost in places.
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Tomorrow showery rain steadily spreads southwards but later in the day it becomes increasingly confined to southern and eastern counties. It will be cold with an early frost in the northern half of Scotland and possibly south eastern England.
Meteo France Arpege, temperatures, 15:00 GMT Sun 17th November
Monday begins with a widespread frost in the north and west. In the south cloudier skies may hold temperatures several degrees above freezing point. The rest of the day is looking mainly dry and cold, although there is a risk of rain in the far south east.
A widespread and quite sharp frost is expected early on Tuesday. The rest of the day should be dry and bright in central and eastern counties. In the west outbreaks of rain develop and winds strengthen.
Through the middle part of next week areas of low pressure sit close to the UK and keep things unsettled. After a cold start temperatures probably recover, especially in the south. Later on there are signs of high pressure beginning to bring drier conditions to southern and eastern counties.
GFS, 500hPa heights and MSLP, 15:00 GMT Tue 19th November
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