Becoming windy for a time into Saturday, brighter later.
This Evening and Tonight: Breezy and rather cloudy overnight, with the cloud perhaps thick enough for the odd spot of drizzle at times, more likely in the west. Some limited clearer spells are possible later, although even here remaining mild. Minimum Temperature 6C.
Saturday: Rather windy, especially near coasts. Generally cloudy, with a little rain possible for a time, ahead of brighter, fresher conditions spreading southwards during the afternoon. Colder but less windy overnight. Maximum Temperature 13C.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday: Sunday starting fine and frosty, but turning cloudier and eventually wet and very windy overnight into Monday. Remaining rather windy and unsettled into the new working week. Temperatures near normal.
UK Outlook for Wednesday 2 Feb 2022 to Friday 11 Feb 2022: An unsettled start to this period as rain moves north-eastward, becoming increasingly widespread and heavy. Some wintery conditions could also develop around high ground in Scotland. Gale force winds in the far north and northeast start to ease, although temperatures continue to remain rather cold in this area. Elsewhere temperatures remain around average with a moderate to strong breeze. A north/south divide is expected to continue through the rest of the period with settled conditions and milder temperatures prevailing in the south, whilst unsettled and wetter conditions with strong winds are seen across northern regions. Some, mostly short-lived, spells of colder temperatures are likely in the north and northwest, where some wintery showers could develop.
UK Outlook for Saturday 12 Feb 2022 to Saturday 26 Feb 2022: The current north-south split to the weather is likely to continue from mid-February and through to the second half of the month. Northern areas, especially the northwest, are likely to see nearer average temperatures with more rain and strong winds interspersed with a few short-lived colder spells. Southern regions are likely to see warmer, drier and overall, more settled conditions.