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Frozen In Time

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Ongoing frost risk this week

[Updated 07:00 11/05/2020]

Ice on a handrail. Posted by brian gaze

There will be a lot of fine weather during the next few days but daytime temperatures remain disappointing for mid May. The nights will be cold and there is an ongoing risk of frost even in the south. By the weekend it should be warming up as winds turn into a southwesterly direction....READ IN FULL


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Monday starts mostly dry and in sheltered locations there has been a touch of frost. Through the day sunny periods develop but there will be showers in the north and east. In Scotland they could be wintry at all levels. Despite the sun it won't be warm and a strong northeasterly wind in the southern half of the country adds to the chilly feel.  

Temperatures range from 9C (48F) in the north to 14C (57F) near the south coast. See the rain radar for the latest view.

Arpege forecast chart 1

Meteo France Arpege, wind gusts, 16:00 BST Mon 11th May

Tonight most of the showers fade away but a few continue in Scotland where they will be wintry. A widespread frost develops and even in parts of the south temperatures dip below 0C (32F).

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Tomorrow an area of rain and snow pushes southwards across the northern half of Scotland. Accumulations of snow are possible, especially over high ground. The rest of the UK has a fine day. In the southern half temperatures will be up on today's values and closer to the mid May average.

Arpege forecast chart 2

Meteo France Arpege, rain and snow, 16:00 BST Tue 12th May

A lot of dry weather

During Wednesday showers are likely in the north and east. In Scotland they could still have a wintry flavour. Elsewhere it will be dry and bright. Temperatures remain on the low side for the time of year and frost could be widespread early in the day. 

Little changes during Thursday and Friday. Daytime temperatures should gradually increase and in the afternoon sun it will feel pleasantly warm. Nights remain chilly and there is an ongoing risk of frost, particularly in the north.

By the weekend high pressure is expected to sink southeastwards across the UK. That allows warmer air from the southwest to begin returning. By Sunday temperatures could be close to 21C (70F) in parts of the south.

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GFS, surface pressure and 500hPa heights, 16:00 BST Fri 15th May

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