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High Temp
9.5 °C
Isles of Scilly

Low Temp
-2.5 °C

11.4 mm
Isles of Scilly

7.0 hours
East Malling

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Month Ahead Forecast


Mainly dry and cold night. Windy with heavy rain Saturday.

This Evening and Tonight: A dry and frosty night with isolated coastal showers. Plenty of clear spells, especially inland, but turning cloudier in the west by dawn. Southeasterly winds light at first, strengthening during the night. Minimum Temperature -3C.

Saturday: Cold start Saturday, becoming wet and windy with heavy rain, briefly turning to freezing rain with a risk of ice, then snow, especially over hills. Drier later with icy patches. Maximum Temperature 4C.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday: Dry and sunny after a cold start Sunday. Cloudy with showers overnight, then dry and bright Monday, becoming breezy later. Dry at first Tuesday, then wet and windy.

UK Outlook for Wednesday 19 Dec 2018 to Friday 28 Dec 2018: Cloud and rain should clear east early on Wednesday with sunshine and blustery showers following. The showers most frequent in the northwest and west where there is the risk of hail and thunder with some hill snow in the north. Some patchy fog may be slow to clear on Thursday with fewer showers and lighter winds. It is then likely to remain mostly unsettled through the rest of the period with spells of rain and strong winds. The heaviest rain will be in the west with eastern parts staying generally drier. With the unsettled weather temperatures are likely to be around or a little above average. However, there is a small chance of a colder and shower spell developing during Christmas week.

UK Outlook for Saturday 29 Dec 2018 to Saturday 12 Jan 2019: The start of this period is most likely to be unsettled with the continuation of wet and windy weather pushing in from the west. Through the first half of January there is an increasing likelihood for it to turn colder bringing the increased risk of winter hazards, especially frost and fog. Some snow is also likely with temperatures expected to fall below normal. However, there is uncertainty in the timing of this change to turn colder, and it could come before the end of December.

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