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Mixed weekend but change on the way

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[Published 06:25 25/11/2022]

Misty morning. Posted by Dizzy Daff

The weather remains mixed through the next few days. Today there will be showers in the north and west. Tomorrow an area of rain and strong winds pushes eastwards and it may stay wet in the south east on Sunday. Early next week a change starts to take place as high pressure builds. It is expected to bring more settled conditions and temperatures could start to dip.


Friday starts with showers in the west of the UK. Elsewhere it is dry and chilly.

Through the day scattered showers continue in the west. In Scotland they spread eastwards becoming heavy and persistent. Over the mountains sleet or snow is possible. Other areas will be mostly dry and bright.

Temperatures range from 6C (42F) in the north to 12C (54F) near to the south coast. See the rain radar for the latest view.

UKV 1
UK Met Office UKV, rain, 15:00 Friday, 25th November

Tonight showers fade away and it becomes mainly dry, although there is a risk of rain in the far north west for a time. Cloud builds from the west and by the end of the night it turns wet in Northern Ireland.

Tomorrow wet and windy weather pushes across much of the UK. In the west and south west outbreaks of rain turn heavy. East Anglia and the south east of England remain dry until the evening. Quite mild generally. Gales affect the north and western coastal counties.

UKV 2
UK Met Office UKV, rain, 15:00 Saturday, 26th November

High pressure building

During Sunday there is a risk of heavy rain in the south and south east, although forecast confidence is low and a drier scenario is possible. Areas to the north and west have a lot of bright weather, but showers are likely in the north west. Mild in the south.

Monday will probably be dry and bright in the east. The west of the UK has showers.

Tuesday is currently looking dry and bright. Temperatures generally close to the average.

Through the middle of next week high pressure builds close to the UK. It leads to drier conditions, particularly in the south and east. In the north west the risk of wet and windy periods remains greater. Temperatures are expected to dip.

GFS chart 1
GFS, surface pressure and precipitation, 15:00 Tuesday, 29th November

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