Detailed weather forecast.
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The weather turns pretty lively over the next few days.
We've got a fairly weak weather front
drifting southwards and eastwards overnight tonight.
Weak in terms of not much rain on it,
but, as it moves its way through,
you can see all these isobars which follow along behind,
turning very, very windy for the middle part of the week.
It'll be blowing a gale pretty much all day
northern England, northwards,
and that may well have some implications for travel
because some disruption is possible
on ferries, high-sided vehicles, that sort of thing.
But blowing a gale all day, northern England, northwards,
gusting to 60, 70mph in places, so do bear that in mind.
A fair number of showers coming in on that wind as well.
Turning wintry over the higher ground,
in Scotland in particular.
Further south and east you go, showers are few and far between.
Seven or eight degrees here.
But quite chilly further north - particularly in the wind.
And the wind continues to blow Wednesday night into Thursday.
The snow showers are starting to get down to quite low levels
in Scotland and in Northern Ireland and in northern England too.
Again, the further south and east you are,
it's largely fine and dry, but cold across the board.
In fact, there'll be a touch of frost in northern England
and further north as well,
and maybe some icy patches to go with that.
But some rain is gathering towards
the south and west of the UK into Thursday.
Question marks about just how far north it goes,
but it looks like it will get across much of Wales
and many southern counties of England as well.
Question marks, too, about how much cold air gets into the mix,
and that has a knock-on effect on how much snow we'd like to see.
Likely to be at least some for South Wales,
in the hills of southern England too,
but a lot of rain as well.
North of that, it's brighter, some sunny spells,
but also some further wintry showers.
It really will feel cold, particularly in the wind,
it's going to feel more like it's around minus three
in Glasgow and Newcastle.
That first low moves away Thursday night into Friday.
Another low comes down from the North Sea
as we get on into Friday.
Lots of isobars on the chart for the end of the week.
It's a cold wind blowing down from the north.
Some wintry showers for the eastern and western coast,
but inland, it should be cold but bright.
Top temperatures only about six or seven degrees,
factor in in the wind again, and it will feel chilly.
The wind continues to come down from the north
as we head on into the weekend.
This weak weather front won't bring too much
in the way of rain, sleet or snow,
but there might just be some along the eastern coast.
Head inland, and it's largely dry, variable cloud,
some sunshine to be had,
and it won't do much for the temperatures.
Again, it's another cold day. Just three degrees in Glasgow,
only six or so for Cardiff and for London.
As we head into the second part of the weekend,
for the most part, things are settling down
as this ridge of high pressure builds in, but not completely dry.
Looks like there will be some cloud and outbreaks of rain,
particularly around some Irish Sea coast, into parts of Wales.
May be some wetter weather, too, into Northern Ireland,
and the odd spot of rain further south.
But the further east you are, it looks dry and bright,
but again, it's on the chilly side.
We are still firmly in single figures across the board.
Then, as we had on into the early part of the coming week,
we've got low pressure developing to the south and west of the UK.
That's moving its way ever northwards and eastwards
as high pressure begins to build in across the south of the UK.
So, early next week, we could well see this low
towards the north and the west of the UK.
May well bring some brisk winds and some outbreaks of rain.
Further south, much quieter with high pressure dominating.
Risk of frost and fog through the overnight periods.
Signs are that the high will drift its way towards Scandinavia,
and if that happens, on its southern flank,
going to develop this cold easterly wind,
and that, too, could bring some snow showers with it.
But there is some uncertainty about the movement
of that area of high pressure, but a lot of dry weather
if it does do what I've just described,
and it looks like it'll stay pretty cold for most places,
and still the risk of some wintry showers.
A further update same time tomorrow.