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Week ahead

Weather for the week ahead Monday (Confidence 80%) A cloudy wet start for, There maybe still some sleet and snow around for the hills in Wales and the peak district, As we move through the morning I expect any sleet or snow around to turn to rain apart from the highest peaks, Elsewhere it will remain cloudy with some light rain around, As we move into the afternoon I expect it to remain cloudy just about everywhere with maybe some light rain around in places. The far south however may see some sunny intervals as we end the day. Max temps will vary form Scotland 8c Wales 6c Northern Ireland 8c England 9c (perhaps 10c in the far south west) Tuesday (Confidence 70%) A cloudy start for most however northern England the south west and some places in the east may see some sunshine. There may be some light rain over central Wales for a time as well. As we move through the morning cloud will start to increaser from the south bringing with it some rain, in eastern Scotland the cloud should have cleared leaving a sunny morning. As we move into the afternoon though the cloud will continue to increase form the south bringing with it a band of rain that should push up north across the country throughout the afternoon. Max temps will vary from 8c in Scotland 6c in Wales 8c in Northern Ireland and 9c in England. Wednesday (Confidence 50%) A sunny start for those living in most parts England and Wales, Scotland northern Ireland parts of eastern England and Northern England will wake up to a cloudy morning. As we move through the morning cloud will clear from most areas apart from northern England Scotland and Ireland. There also maybe some light showers around as well. Going into the afternoon and the picture remains the same sunny in England and Wales while cloudy with some light rain around in Ireland and Scotland. Max temps will vary from 9c in Scotland 8c in Wales 8c in Northern Ireland and 11c in England. Thursday (Confidence 40%) A cloudy start for Scotland and Ireland, Elsewhere apart form the south west it will be a sunny start to the day. There maybe some light rain around in parts of the south west however its more likely to be light showers. Moving through the morning period there maybe some light snow for northern Scotland as cold air moves in Elsewhere it will remain sunny with some patchy cloud and showers in the south west. Moving into the afternoon light snow will continue in northern Scotland and will start moving slowly south. It will only be light and very patchy. Elsewhere it remains sunny with cloud and some showers in the south west. Max temps will vary from 5c in Scotland 7c in Wales 6c in Northern Ireland and 7c-8c in England. Friday (Confidence 30%) A cold start sunny start for many however there will be some patchy cloud. There may be some snow showers around as well especially in the east of the UK. As we move through the morning it will remain sunny for most however there will be a lot of cloud around giving one or two showers which may fall as snow just about anywhere however I expect mostly to be sleet or rain. Moving into the afternoon again sunny for most with some showers around which may be wintry. It will be a rather cold day with max temps varying from 5c in Scotland 6c in Wales 5c in Northern Ireland and 7c in England. Weekend (Confidence 20%) Saturday will see a band of rain crossing the UK perhaps falling as sleet on the leading edge. Into the evening and northern Ireland will see some sleet and snow. Sunday will see a cold start with some sleet and snow around across England and Wales however this will turn to rain later in the day. Feeling cold as well. Overall a wet week sunny at times perhaps Turing colder later on.

Mark Bayley

Mark Bayley

 

Week ahead

Heres my atempt at the week ahead useing the 12z gfs moddle on sunday Weather for the week ahead starting 4th of November. I create my forecast using the 12z GFS every Sunday afternoon . Overall I am pleased with my forecast last week. This week however is going to be very hard to predict and I might have to change it mid week. I have not included fog and frost in this forecast however will do shortly when I get my laptop back. Temp that I predict will be the max temps for the country Monday (Confidence 80%) A foggy start for people in the south however for people in the north a rather cloudy start to the day with some rain for people in northern Scotland. As we head through the morning the fog should slowly clear from most areas however may linger for a while. Cloud will push south bringing with it some patchy rain. As we move into the afternoon cloud will have moved in all over the south perhaps bringing some light showers with it. A different story for southern Scotland where it will be a rather sunny end to the day with some sunny intervals in the north of Scotland. Max Temp will vary form 11c in Scotland 11c in Northern Ireland 13c in Wales and 14c in England. :Special: Bonfire night 18:00 to 22:00 Patchy cloud for most and some clear spell in the northern England. So this bonfire should stay dry. Fingers crossed. Tuesday (Confidence 70%) A sunny start for apart from North Wales Northern Ireland and Northern Scotland where it will be cloudy. As we move through the day patchy cloud will move into Northern England else ware will remain sunny apart form Scotland Wales which will see some sunny intervals. Into the afternoon and the weather should remain generally the same. Some sunny intervals in Scotland and Wales with patchy cloud in northern England while else ware remains sunny. Temps will be cooler then they where on Monday. Scotland 10c, Northern Ireland 12c, Wales 10c and England 11c Wednesday (Confidence 60%) A cloudy start for all apart from those in the South West. As we move through the day cloud will persist in all areas however there may be the odd sunny interval. Western Scotland may see some sunshine for a time as well. Different story for those in the south west wall to wall sunshine. As we move in to the afternoon it will be pretty much the same cloudy every ware apart from the South West. Other areas though as I said before may see a few sunny intervals. Temps will vary from Scotland 12c, Northern Ireland 12c, Wales 13c and England 13c. Thursday (Confidence 40%) A cloudy start for all with maybe a few glimmers of sunshine in eastern Scotland. There maybe some patchy rain for a time in western Scotland. As we move through the day it will remain cloudy all over the UK with perhaps a few sunny intervals. Moving in to the afternoon and guess what. It remains cloudy with a few sunny intervals with some light rain in western Scotland. It will also be quite windy on Thursday as well. Especially in western Scotland where there may be gales for a time. Temps will vary from 10c in Scotland, Northern Ireland 11c, Wales 12c and England 14c. Friday (Confidence 20%) A sunny start for eastern areas however patchy cloud for the rest of the uk. There may be some light showers in Scotland as well falling as snow on higher ground. As we move through the day most areas will remain cloudy apart from Northern England and parts of the south west. There may be some showers around as well falling as snow on high ground in Scotland. Going into the afternoon most areas will become cloudy apart form from eastern England and again the south west. There may be some light sleet/snow showers over the hills in northern England for a time as well. There may also be some more snow showers over the Scottish hills as well. It will properly fee quite cold compared to of late. Temps will vary from Scotland 6c, Northern Ireland 9c, Wales 8c and England 10c. Temps might be a bit higher though in some areas. Weekend (10%) A mixed weekend. Cool/cold with showers for most perhaps wintry in nature for some. Quite cloudy as well Overall a mixed week with sunny spells and mailing cloudy. Maybe turning cold by the end of the week and into the weekend with snow showers for some.

Mark Bayley

Mark Bayley

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