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High Temp
9.7 °C

Low Temp
-4.0 °C

14.8 mm
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Month Ahead Forecast


Becoming wet and windy.

Today: A dry, bright and chilly start, however outbreaks of rain will spread in from the west from mid-morning. These will turn persistent and heavy at times during the afternoon as it becomes increasingly windy, particularly along the East Coast. Maximum Temperature 10C.

Tonight: Becoming largely dry through the evening, but remaining rather cloudy with further rain spreading into western parts later, as it becomes increasingly windy. Minimum Temperature 6C.

Saturday: A band of heavy rain and strong winds will track eastwards across the region, clearing around midday. Sunny spells and a few showers thereafter, but remaining windy. Maximum Temperature 10C.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday: Sunny spells and blustery showers Sunday and Monday, some of which will be heavy. Still a few showers Tuesday but generally drier and less windy. Feeling chilly.

UK Outlook for Tuesday 3 Mar 2020 to Thursday 12 Mar 2020: Next week looks to stay unsettled with further spells of strong winds and rain, interspersed by sunnier, showery interludes. Snow is likely in the north, mainly over higher ground, though there is a chance of seeing snow to lower levels at times. There may be occasional spells of more prolonged, heavier rainfall and hill snow, particuarly in central and southern areas. Continuing into the following week, further bouts of wet and windy weather are likely, especially in the north although more settled conditions may start to develop from the south towards the end of the period. It will be predominantly rather cold with overnight frosts likely during any calmer interludes and only occasional milder days, these being more likely later in the period.

UK Outlook for Friday 13 Mar 2020 to Friday 27 Mar 2020: A continuation of the unsettled weather is expected at first in the north, with spells of rain and strong winds broken by brighter, showery conditions. The heaviest rain and strongest winds are expected in the northwest with more settled, drier conditions in southern and eastern parts. By the middle of March, conditions are likely to turn more widely settled, with more prolonged dry spells possible, especially in the south. Any further spells of wet and windy weather will likely be in the north. Temperatures mostly above average, with overnight frost and fog giving way to mild days.

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