By Brian Gaze
[Published 06:25 21/11/2023]
Much of the UK has a dry day, but there will be showers, particularly in eastern England where they could be heavy for a time. Tomorrow, patchy outbreaks of rain affect the north, while southern and central regions remain dry. By Thursday, high pressure starts to build further northwest, and Arctic air pushes southwards towards the UK. Friday and the weekend are looking cold, especially in the north and east, where there is a risk of wintry showers. (If you would like to browse the website without adverts and contribute to its ongoing development, explore the payment options, see below)
Issued 21st November 2023
Tuesday starts with showery rain in northern England. Elsewhere it is dry and in parts of Scotland there has been a frost.
Through the day showers pushes southwards across the eastern half of England. Initially, some heavy ones are likely, but this afternoon they become lighter. There could also be some patchy rain in the far north, but in other areas it will be mostly dry. Cloud amounts vary. Quite windy in the south.
Temperatures range from 5°C in northern Scotland to 11°C in south eastern England. You can check the rain radar for the most up to date view.
The seasonal forecast will be issued later this month, but the Winter 2023-24 third update which looks at some of the latest computer model data and background signals is available to read.
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Tonight, outbreaks of rain push southwards across the northern half of the UK. The heaviest of them will be in the north west, and in much of the east it probably stays dry. Southern and central regions will be dry and chilly.
Tomorrow, southern and central areas remain mostly dry, but there will be a good deal of cloud. The north has outbreaks of rain, although increasingly they become restricted to the west of Scotland. Windy in the north.
The dry period continues in the south on Thursday. However, in the northern half of the UK a narrow band of rain pushes southwards. By the late afternoon it is likely to be affecting central Britain. Colder air follows into the north and showers turn increasingly wintry in Scotland.
Friday is looking dry, bright and chilly. Most of the UK has a dry day, but there will be showers in the east, and in the north east they bring a wintry mix even down to low levels.
Saturday is forecast to be dry and cold, with a good deal of sunshine. Frost could be widespread early and late.
Near to Leek Tittesworth reservoir on a typical mild drizzly Novembers day. Posted by toppiker60.
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