Detailed weather forecast.
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Hello. It's time to get a check on
the weather for the next few days,
and in the short-term it's going to
remain fairly quiet.
One thing worth mentioning -
on Wednesday morning
there could be a fair bit of fog
around across England and Wales.
Some of the fog patches could be
quite dense, they might last
right through the morning,
possibly into the afternoon,
but I think for most of us it
shouldn't be too foggy first thing.
But where the fog does linger, it'll
probably be across
parts of England and Wales. Scotland
and Northern Ireland,
I don't think there will be any fog
So Wednesday itself, overall, across
especially the southern half of the
it is going to be quite a cloudy day
and in one or two spots
we'll have a some drizzle as well,
for example, southern
parts of Wales, maybe around the
east of England, too.
But certainly not the case across
the bulk of Scotland
and Northern Ireland. Wednesday is
going to be bright,
quite sunny, but it's not going to
be warm -
temperatures only around 8 degrees.
Then we go into Yorkshire, you can
see where all the cloud is,
it's looking quite damp across
maybe some of that fog lingering
the East Midlands into East Anglia,
possibly the south,
but you'll also notice that the
clouds in one or
two areas is breaking up. It's very
difficult in this
situation to tell you exactly where
in the cloud is going to be, but
suffice to say
it's going to be quite a cloudy sort
On Thursday we see a weather front
moving in out of the north-west
and you can see it here. This might
bring a spell of
quite heavy rain, at least for a
across some northern parts of the
UK, but behind it
the skies will clear and we'll start
to see colder air
moving in. So you can see how clear
it is across Scotland,
Northern Ireland and the north of
whereas in central and southern
we still hang on to that cloud and
that slightly milder weather.
The cold front is through by this
stage, Friday morning,
high pressure builds in, especially
across southern parts
of the UK, so we're all in that
But it will feel particularly cold
because this is where the winds are
going to be strong.
We can see a lot of mild air out the
Atlantic that will
eventually come back our way, but
not as far as Friday
is concerned. A lot of sunshine out
there with just a few
blustery showers across Scotland.
You can see the
temperatures are mostly into single
After a fairly cold Friday, Saturday
be quite frosty almost anywhere in
so a nippy start and those
temperatures single figures
across most parts of the UK, maybe
nudging up to
double figures depending on how much
sunshine we're going to get.
And as we head into Sunday this is
where the change is.
If you were watching yesterday, I
mentioned that the weekend
is looking completely dry. This has
actually changed now
and on Sunday we are in fact
anticipating an area
of low pressure to move into the UK
and bring some wet weather
to particularly western areas of the
And that low pressure is going to be
barrelling through Sunday and Monday
and now the current thinking is
that once we're through this
wet period Sunday and Monday,
by the time we get to Tuesday,
that low moves out into the north
and high pressure starts to build.
But I must warn you that the
the details for the outlook,
are still a little bit uncertain.
So, next week, we've got that mild,
wettish start with the low pressure
coming in, then the high builds,
and there's a risk of more frost
and fog later in the week.