Dry and quiet weather continues

[Updated 09:45 28/02/2021]

Island castle ruin, Loch an Eilein, Rothiemurchus. Posted by slowoldgit

The meteorological winter ends today with quiet weather across the UK. Little changes in the short term but during the second half of the coming week it could turn colder as high pressure builds northwards.

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Island castle ruin, Loch an Eilein, Rothiemurchus. Posted by slowoldgit View the full size picture.

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Sunday starts damp in parts of southern Scotland and Northern Ireland. Elsewhere it is dry and chilly with a touch of frost in places. Sunny periods develop in the south but there will be more cloud in central areas. Thicker cloud could bring showery rain to the north west but north eastern Britain has a dry and bright day.

Temperatures range from 8C (46F) to 13C (55F) in the afternoon.

Meteo France Arpege chart 1
Meteo France Arpege, cloud cover, 15:00 GMT Sun 28th February

Tonight it will be mostly dry. Cloud amounts vary but clear spells are likely, particularly in the north and west where there could be a patchy frost.

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Tomorrow will be dry across the UK and there should be widespread sunny periods. After a chilly start it will be mild in the afternoon except near to the east coast.

Meteo France Arpege chart 2
Meteo France Arpege, cloud cover, 15:00 GMT Mon 1st March

Change next week?

Tuesday is set to be a fine day in the northern half of the UK. In southern Britain there is a risk of showery spells of rain pushing up from the southwest later on. It stays mild. 

The rather mild conditions continue on Wednesday. There is the possibility of heavy showery spells of rain in southern and central Britain.

During Thursday and Friday there is a growing chance of it turning colder as high pressure builds northwards. Near to the east coast wintry showers could develop. 

GFS chart 1
GFS, surface pressure and precipitation, 15:00 GMT Wed 3rd March

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