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[Updated 06:50 25/11/2021]
Most of the UK has a dry and rather cold Thursday. Tonight a band of rain pushes southeastwards and it becomes windy in the north. Through tomorrow and Saturday disruptive winds are a risk in much of the UK. There will also be outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow.
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Thursday starts dry in much of the UK and there has been a widespread frost. The lowest temperatures are generally in the north.
Through the day there will be wintry showers in the northern half of Scotland. There could also be scattered showers in eastern and western coastal districts. However, in most places it stays dry and bright.
Cold. Temperatures range from 3C (37F) in the north to 8C (46F) in the south west. See the rain and lightning radar for the latest view.
Tonight wet weather pushes southeastwards across much of the UK. Showery conditions follow it into the north and the far south of England could remain dry. Becoming windy in the north.
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Issued 23rd November 2021
Tomorrow outbreaks of rain clear from the south and they are followed by a mix of sunny spells and showers. The showers are likely to be wintry to low levels in Scotland and over high ground in Northern Ireland, Wales and northern England. Windy, especially in the north west where it is likely to become stormy. Cold.
Forecast details for Saturday are uncertain but outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow are likely in England and Wales for a time. Snow cover is most likely over high ground, but there could be some transient accumulations even to lower levels in places. Through the afternoon it should become brighter but wintry showers continue in northern and eastern counties. It is also expected to be very windy with gales or even severe gales in much of the UK. Cold or very cold.
The cold theme continues on Sunday. However, winds will be easing and showers increasingly become confined to eastern coastal counties. During the second half of the day outbreaks of rain push into western areas and over high ground in Scotland they could be preceded by a period of sleet or snow.
During Monday outbreaks of rain spread eastwards. In the north and west it turns milder, but central and eastern parts of England remain quite cold.
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