Cold and showery weather continues

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[Published 07:50 02/03/2024]

Near to Berkhamsted. The Grand Union Canal in early spring. Posted by Brian Gaze

Showery conditions continue across the UK today and it will be quite cold. Things remain mixed during the next few days, but there are signs of high pressure beginning to have more influence next week. That should lead to less rain and more dry spells. (If you would like to browse the website without adverts and contribute to its ongoing development, explore the payment options, see below)


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Saturday starts with showery conditions. The showers are wintry, and even in parts of the south snow is falling to low levels, leading to accumulations in places.

Through the day showers continue. The heaviest ones are likely to be in England and Wales, and over high ground they continue to be wintry at times. Despite that, there will be sunny spells too. Quite blustery.

Cold. Temperatures range from 4°C in Scotland to 9°C in the south east and East Anglia. You can check the weather radar for the most up to date view.

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UK Met Office UKV, rain and snow, 15:00 Saturday 2nd February

Tonight the showers steadily fade away in much of the UK, but they continue in western coastal counties. Clear periods lead to a patchy frost developing.

Tomorrow brings sunny spells and scattered showers to western areas. In central and eastern counties there will be more cloud, and near the east coast there is a risk of rain. Temperatures are likely to be a little higher than today's.

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UK Met Office UKV, temperatures, 15:00 Sunday 3rd March

Changeable outlook

A band of rain will steadily push northeastwards on Monday. There is some uncertainty about timing, and in much of the north and east it could stay dry until the evening.

On Tuesday, patchy outbreaks of rain in the east are expected to clear. All regions then have sunny spells, but there will be scattered showers too. Feeling less cold than recently.

Wednesday is forecast to be dry in central and eastern Britain. In the west there could be showery spells of rain.

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GFS, surface pressure and precipitation, 15:00 Wednesday 6th March

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Near to Berkhamsted. The Grand Union Canal in early spring. Posted by Brian Gaze

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