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  1. Todays offering Valid for Sat 1 April 2006 to Mon 10 April 2006 The new month will start on an unsettled, rather windy note with showers or longer outbreaks of rain, some on the heavy side, especially in western regions. However, brighter interludes are likely with the south rather warm at times. Otherwise, temperatures will be mostly not far from normal. Around the middle of this spell, winds will turn northerly with temperatures near or a little below normal, along with some overnight frost. All areas will have sunny periods and showers, especially northern parts with snow over the mountains
  2. todays offering Valid for Sat 25 Mar to Mon 3 Apr 2006 Rather cold weather is expected to persist for the duration of the period with plenty of night frost, severe in places, especially in the north. Northern areas will have a mixture of sunny intervals and wintry showers, most of the showers in the north and east and the best of the sun in the west, where it will feel quite warm at times in the sun and out of the wind. Further south skies are expected to be cloudier with a risk of rain or sleet, with snow, mainly on higher ground and a strong wind at times, making it feel quite raw. Temperatu
  3. Latest from met office Valid for Wed 22 Mar 2006 to Fri 31 Mar 2006 Scotland will start rather cloudy with sleet or snow spreading from the north. After a dry, cold start elsewhere, cloud and rain will soon spread from the southwest, preceded by a spell of snow over high ground. This leads to a mostly unsettled spell for all parts during the middle of the period. Scotland should see further spells of rain, sleet or snow, but with some bright or sunny spells interspersed, whilst England, Wales and Northern Ireland see showers or longer spells of rain. Although the north will still be rather col
  4. Valid for Wed 8 Mar 2006 to Fri 17 Mar 2006 An unsettled spell of weather is expected in all areas bringing periods of rain or showers, some heavy, particularly in the west, interspersed by temporary drier, brighter interludes. There is a small risk of some sleet or snow across northeastern parts during the first Thursday and Friday of this period. Windy at times, especially in the west and for a time across southern areas, with a risk of gales over exposed parts. Temperatures mostly near or slightly above normal at first, though temporarily rather cold in the northeast with a risk of slight o
  5. News release from met office Further wintry conditions... 1 March 2006 The wintry conditions many parts of Britain have been experiencing look set to continue. Across Scotland there have already been more than 10 cm (four inches) of snow causing widespread travel disruption and many school closures - these conditions are predicted to continue for the rest of the week. Aberdeen forecaster, Tom Masson said: "After the recent heavy snowfalls, northern Scotland can expect further snow showers, but the Central Lowlands and the south should escape the worst of the weather. We would urge people
  6. They have also posted this under their News section (cant get the link to work) More snow for the south and south-west 24 February 2006 More snow is forecast for the south of the country over the next 24 hours. The wintry conditions will continue through Friday and intensify overnight as a further area of snow moves westwards across southern counties of England with the heaviest snowfall expected in Dorset, Devon and Cornwall. Anywhere from Dorset to Cornwall could see up to 2 cm of snow, even at lower levels, and as much as 10 cm of snow is likely over parts of Dartmoor by Saturday morni
  7. Valid for Wed 1 Mar 2006 to Wed 15 Mar 2006 Cold or very cold at first with a mixture of clear or sunny spells and scattered sleet or snow showers. The showers more especially over north and east facing coastal areas, extending further inland at times, and perhaps also affecting exposed western promontories. Some heavy showers are likely in the east with several cm of snowfall possible, especially on high ground, whilst any accumulations elsewhere are likely to be slight. The showers dying out through the period allowing a more generally dry interlude to develop but becoming increasingly cloud
  8. You beat me to it http://nwstatic.co.uk/forum/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/unsure.gif
  9. Met Office update Valid for Sat 11 February 2006 to Mon 20 February 2006 Very unsettled with all parts seeing spells of rain, some of which may be heavy at times, with a risk of snow, especially over higher ground in the north. Between the bands of rain there will be some brighter interludes, although still with showers, these mostly in the west. Generally windy with gales at times, with a risk of severe gales in places. Rather cold at first, but temperatures recovering to nearer normal for a time, although feeling cold in the wind and rain. Perhaps becoming milder towards the end of the perio
  10. Latest Met Office update... Valid for Wed 08 Feb 2006 to Friday 17 Feb 2006 A north to northwesterly flow will affect all parts at the start of the period. This is likely to bring some showers, these more especially in the east where they may be wintry, but also affecting other coastal areas. Elsewhere generally dry, with all parts becoming dry for a time around the middle of the period. During the latter part of the period, turning generally more unsettled from the northwest, with most places seeing some spells of rain or showers, these being most likely in the north and west, with more in
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