Frozen In Time

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Changes slowly developing

[Updated 07:45 19/11/2019]

Frosty scene

Changes to the weather will be slow during the coming days. High pressure to the east of the UK means weather fronts take their time pushing in from the west. By the weekend they are expected to bring more mixed and less cold conditions to all areas. Computer models suggest the unsettled theme will then continue for the rest of the month....READ IN FULL

Tuesday starts dry across most of the UK. There has been a widespread frost in central and eastern areas with temperatures down to -8C (18F) locally in Scotland. In the west there is more cloud and this morning outbreaks of rain spread into Northern Ireland. Through the afternoon the wet weather slowly pushes into western Britain. Elsewhere it remains dry but after a bright start cloud builds.

Temperatures range from 3C (37F) in the north to 10C (50F) in the south west. See the rain radar for the latest view.

Arpege forecast chart 1

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

Tonight rain affects western parts of the UK. Central and eastern areas stay dry but cloud means frost will be less widespread than last night.

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Tomorrow it's a similar picture. Central and eastern areas have a dry and cold day. The west has patchy rain and in Northern Ireland some heavy outbreaks are likely. It will be quite windy.

Arpege forecast chart 2

Meteo France Arpege, temperatures, 15:00 GMT Wed 20th November

Southwesterly flow returns

During Thursday wet weather extends 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 stays drier, although there could be some showery rain. It remains quite cold.

Friday and the weekend look mixed as areas of low pressure sit close to the UK. They bring the risk of rain at times  but a southwesterly flow means temperatures recover. The driest conditions are likely to be in southern and eastern counties, but even there some wet periods are possible.

GFS chart 1

GFS, 500hPa heights and MSLP, 15:00 GMT Sat 23rd November

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