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Milder and mixed outlook

[Updated 07:45 18/11/2019]

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The weather will be mixed this week. In the short term it remains quite cold with nighttime frosts. By Thursday temperatures climb as a southwesterly wind returns. Computer models are suggesting changeable and mildish conditions for the rest of the month....READ IN FULL

Monday starts with scattered showers near the east coast. Elsewhere it is dry and there has been a widespread frost in the north. The rest of the day will mainly dry and bright. However, there is a risk of showers in eastern England and during the second half of the day cloud builds in the west.

Temperatures range from 4C (39F) in the north to 9C (48F) in the south west. See the rain radar for the latest view.

Arpege forecast chart 1

Meteo France Arpege, cloud cover, 15:00 GMT Mon 18th November

Tonight patchy outbreaks of rain push into Northern Ireland and the south west of England. Other areas will be dry but frost and fog develops. It could be the coldest night of the autumn so far with temperatures widely falling below freezing point.

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Tomorrow looks dry and cold in much of the country. Early fog patches gradually lift to give sunny spells in central and eastern Britain. The west has cloudier skies with an ongoing risk of rain in the south west and Northern Ireland.

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Meteo France Arpege, rain, 15:00 GMT Tue 19th November

Southwesterly flow returns

During Wednesday there could be some rain in the west and south west. A few showers are also possible in the north east. Other areas remain drier and brighter.

By Thursday wet weather is expected to extend more widely across the south and west as a low pressure system begins to push in from the Atlantic. Much of the the north and east stay drier, although there could be some showery rain.

Through the rest of the week areas of low pressure sit close to the UK. They keep things quite unsettled but a southwesterly flow means temperatures recover. There are signs of high pressure bringing drier conditions to southern and eastern counties at times.

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GFS, 500hPa heights and MSLP, 15:00 GMT Fri 22nd November

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