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[Updated 07:30 20/11/2019]
The UK is sandwiched between high pressure to the east and areas of low pressure to the west. Changes are slowly taking place but during the next couple of days it remains mainly dry in the east with rain at times in the west. By the weekend temperatures recover and the risk of rain becomes more widespread....READ IN FULL
Wednesday starts with patchy outbreaks of rain in the west. Central and eastern areas are dry. Through the day it remains damp in the west with heavier rain in Northern Ireland at times. In central and eastern Britain it remains dry and although some bright periods develop there will be a lot of cloud.
Temperatures range from 6C (43F) in the east to 11C (52F) in the west. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 15:00 GMT Wed 20th November
Tonight it will be damp in parts of the west and later on more persistent rain spreads into the south west. Other areas stay dry and there could be enough cloud breaks for a patchy frost.
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Tomorrow it's a similar picture. Central, eastern and northern areas have a dry and cold day. In the south west outbreaks of rain continue and they slowly extend across southern England and Wales. It will be cold and quite windy.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 15:00 GMT Thu 21st November
During Friday showery spells of rain push northeastwards across much of the country. At times they become heavy but there will be drier and brighter periods too. In the south temperatures will be a little higher than they have been in recent days.
The weekend look mixed as areas of low pressure sit close to the UK. They bring the risk of wet weather on Saturday but a southwesterly flow means temperatures recover. It currently looks as though drier conditions are probable on Sunday, although later in the day a band of rain may push into Northern Ireland.
GFS, 500hPa heights and MSLP, 15:00 GMT Sun 24th November
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