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  • Location: Upper Tweeddale, Scottish Borders 240m ASL
  • Location: Upper Tweeddale, Scottish Borders 240m ASL

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 6 Dec 2006 to Friday 15 Dec 2006:

    The unsettled spell of weather looks set to continue throughout the duration of this forecast. Periods of rain, often heavy and accompanied by strong winds will be interspersed with brighter, more showery conditions and temperatures ranging mostly from near normal to mild. There is a chance of a longer drier and colder spell around Friday 8th and Saturday 9th with night frost for many, but changeable milder weather is expected to return later in the weekend and continue through the following week. Snow is likely in colder interludes in the north but mainly confined to high ground. Confidence is high for the general unsettled theme, but lower with regard to the chance of more prolonged drier weather around the 8th/9th.

    Updated: 1213 on Fri 1 Dec 2006

    http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_...st_weather.html

    Click 'Day 6 to 15' - middle of page.

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Saturday 9 Dec 2006 to Monday 18 Dec 2006:

    The unsettled spell of weather looks set to continue throughout this forecast period. Spells of rain, often heavy and accompanied by strong winds, will be interspersed with brighter, showery conditions. There is a continued risk of severe gales in some exposed areas, especially in the west. The continued bouts of rain may also pose problems. Temperatures will often be near normal or mild but with one or two slightly colder spells. One such spell is likely at the start of the period, with night frost for some areas and wintry showers over hills. However milder weather with rain and strong winds is expected to return later next weekend and continue at times through the following week.

    Updated: 1050 on Mon 4 Dec 2006

    http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_...st_weather.html

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  • Location: Co Dublin, Ireland
  • Location: Co Dublin, Ireland

    UK Outlook for Saturday 9 Dec 2006 to Monday 18 Dec 2006:

    The unsettled spell of weather looks set to continue throughout this forecast period. Spells of rain, often heavy and accompanied by strong winds, will be interspersed with brighter, showery conditions. There is a continued risk of severe gales in some exposed areas, especially in the west. The continued bouts of rain may also pose problems. Temperatures will often be near normal or mild but with one or two slightly colder spells. One such spell is likely at the start of the period, with night frost for some areas and wintry showers over hills. However milder weather with rain and strong winds is expected to return later next weekend and continue at times through the following week.

    Updated: 1050 on Mon 4 Dec 2006

    http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_...st_weather.html

    So generally mild right up to the run up to Christmas. Not supprising considering the charts atm. :)

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Monday 11 Dec 2006 to Wednesday 20 Dec 2006:

    The very unsettled spell of weather looks set to continue. Spells of rain, accompanied by strong to gale force winds, will be interspersed with brighter, showery conditions, the showers wintry at times over the high ground of the north of the UK. Southern and southeast parts, however, should see some drier spells through this period with the northwest increasingly the area most likely to have heavy rain. There is a continued risk of severe gales in some exposed areas, especially the west and north of the UK but in southern parts the risk of severe gales looks set to reduce quite early in the period. Apart from one or two slightly colder, showery spells, temperatures in general will be near or above normal.

    Updated: 1201 on Wed 6 Dec 2006

    http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_...st_weather.html

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  • Location: Upper Tweeddale, Scottish Borders 240m ASL
  • Location: Upper Tweeddale, Scottish Borders 240m ASL

    Ooooooooooh - an update on a day other than Monday/Friday. Is this a daily thing now - or just more frequently? I can't find the relevant info.

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 12 Dec 2006 to Thursday 21 Dec 2006:

    The weather looks set to remain unsettled through this period with a mixture of cloudy wet spells of weather and brighter or clearer intervals with showers. Some of the rain is likely to be heavy, more especially in northwestern parts of the UK. In the east and southeast the rain is likely to be less heavy with some some drier intervals from time to time. Overall a breezy period of weather with strong winds and gales at times and a continued risk of severe gales, chiefly in northwestern parts of the UK. Temperatures are expected to be mostly above normal though this period and although one or two colder intervals are possible, the incidence of frost is likely to be low.

    Updated: 1229 on Thu 7 Dec 2006

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 13 Dec 2006 to Friday 22 Dec 2006:

    The weather looks set to remain unsettled through this period with a mix of cloudy wet spells and brighter or clearer intervals with showers. Some of the rain will be heavy, more especially in northwestern parts of the UK. In the east and southeast the rain is likely to be less heavy on the whole, with some longer dry intervals. Overall a breezy period of weather with strong winds at times and a continued risk of severe gales but probably chiefly confined to northwestern parts of the UK. Temperatures are expected to be mostly above normal though this period and although one or two slightly colder intervals are possible, the incidence of frost is likely to be low and snow should be limited to northern hills.

    Updated: 1201 on Fri 8 Dec 2006

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  • Location: Ludgershall, Wiltshire
  • Location: Ludgershall, Wiltshire

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 13 Dec 2006 to Friday 22 Dec 2006:

    The weather looks set to remain unsettled through this period with a mix of cloudy wet spells and brighter or clearer intervals with showers. Some of the rain will be heavy, more especially in northwestern parts of the UK. In the east and southeast the rain is likely to be less heavy on the whole, with some longer dry intervals. Overall a breezy period of weather with strong winds at times and a continued risk of severe gales but probably chiefly confined to northwestern parts of the UK. Temperatures are expected to be mostly above normal though this period and although one or two slightly colder intervals are possible, the incidence of frost is likely to be low and snow should be limited to northern hills.

    Updated: 1201 on Fri 8 Dec 2006

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    Not looking good for a white Christmas then http://nwstatic.co.uk/forum/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/dry.gif The December record will be under threat at this rate. What a year this has been in!

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Thursday 14 Dec 2006 to Saturday 23 Dec 2006:

    The weather looks set to remain unsettled through this period with a mix of cloudy wet spells and brighter or clearer intervals with showers. Some of the rain will be heavy, more especially in northwestern parts of the UK. In the east and southeast the rain is likely to be less heavy on the whole, with some longer dry intervals. Overall a windy period with strong winds at times and a continuing likelyhood of severe gales - the highest risk being in northwestern parts of the UK. Temperatures are expected to be mostly above normal though this period, although one or two colder intervals are probable, especially later in the period. the incidence of frost is likely to be low and snow should be mainly limited to northern hills.

    Updated: 1206 on Sat 9 Dec 2006

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Friday 15 Dec 2006 to Sunday 24 Dec 2006:

    The weather looks set to remain unsettled through this period with a mix of cloudy wet spells and brighter drier intervals though still with showers. Some of the rain will be heavy, more especially in northwestern parts of the UK. In the east and southeast the rain is likely to be less heavy on the whole, with some longer dry intervals. Overall a windy period with strong winds at times and a continuing likelyhood of severe gales - the highest risk being in northwestern parts of the UK. Temperatures are expected to be mostly near normal, although one or two colder spells are probable. The incidence of frost is likely to be nearer normal than recently. Snow should be mainly limited to northern hills.

    Updated: 1143 on Sun 10 Dec 2006

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Sunday 17 Dec 2006 to Tuesday 26 Dec 2006:

    The weather looks to become slightly less unsettled through this period while still maintaining the mix of cloudy wet spells and brighter, drier intervals with a continuing risk of showers. Some of the rain will be heavy, more especially in northwestern parts of the UK. In the east and southeast the rain is likely to be less heavy, with some longer dry intervals. Overall, a windy period with strong winds at times and a continuing risk of severe gales - the highest risk being in northwestern parts of the UK. Temperatures are expected to be mostly near normal, although one or two colder spells are probable. The incidence of frost is likely to be nearer normal than recently. Snow should be mainly limited to higher ground in northern UK.

    Updated: 1139 on Tue 12 Dec 2006

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Monday 18 Dec 2006 to Wednesday 27 Dec 2006:

    Generally more settled at first with overnight fog and frost in southern UK and wintry showers in the North. However, the weather soon returning to the unsettled conditions of recent days with cloudy wet spells interspersed with brighter, drier intervals and a continuing risk of showers. Rain will be heavy at times, especially in northwestern parts of the UK while eastern areas are more likely to see longer dry intervals. Windy from the middle of next week with gales at times in northern and western UK. Cold at first but temperatures are expected to be mostly near or a little above normal. The incidence of frost is likely to be nearer normal than recently. Snow should be mainly limited to higher ground in northern UK.

    Updated: 1213 on Wed 13 Dec 2006

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 19 Dec 2006 to Thursday 28 Dec 2006:

    Generally more settled at first, with patchy overnight fog and frost and perhaps a few wintry showers in the north. However, the weather will gradually return to an unsettled mode, reaching northwestern areas early in the period, and probably spreading to most parts by the end of next week. Northwestern areas will see the worst of the rain, at least up to next weekend, though even here some drier interludes. Windy from the middle of next week with gales at times in northern and western UK. After a rather cold start in places, the southwesterly winds will bring a return of mild conditions, though this may take some time to reach the southeast. At the moment the following week looks likely to be dominated by mild, unsettled conditions.

    Updated: 1229 on Thu 14 Dec 2006

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Friday 22 Dec 2006 to Sunday 31 Dec 2006:

    A much more settled, drier and chillier look to the first half of the period for most of the UK, with plenty of dry weather around and light winds too. However this will mean a greater incidence of fog and frost than during recent weeks, and the fog may well be slow to clear in some inland areas and persist all day in a few locations. Where this happens it will be decidedly cold and dull. However, the weather will gradually return to an unsettled type in the northwestern corner of the UK. These milder, windier and occasionally wet conditions will probably spread to most of the rest of the UK, sometime over the holiday period, with a diminishing risk of fog and frost, except perhaps in SE England.

    Updated: 1129 on Sun 17 Dec 2006

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Saturday 23 Dec 2006 to Monday 1 Jan 2007:

    A much more settled, drier and chillier look to the first half of the period for most of the UK, with plenty of dry weather around and light winds too. However this will mean a greater incidence of fog and frost than during recent weeks, and the fog may well be slow to clear in some inland areas and persist all day in a few locations. Where this happens it will be decidedly cold and dull. However, the weather will gradually return to an unsettled type in the northwestern corner of the UK. These milder, windier and occasionally wet conditions will probably spread to most of the rest of the UK, sometime over the holiday period, with a diminishing risk of fog and frost, except perhaps in SE England.

    Updated: 1815 on Mon 18 Dec 2006

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Sunday 24 Dec 2006 to Tuesday 2 Jan 2007:

    A settled, drier and cold look to the first half of the period for most of the UK, with plenty of dry weather around and light winds too. However this will mean a greater incidence of fog and frost than during recent weeks, and the fog may well be slow to clear in many inland areas and persist all day in a few locations. Where this happens it will be noticeably cold and dull. However, the weather will gradually return to an unsettled type in the northwestern corner of the UK. These milder, windier and occasionally wet conditions will probably spread to most of the rest of the UK, sometime over the holiday period, with a diminishing risk of fog and frost, except perhaps in SE England.

    Updated: 1105 on Tue 19 Dec 2006

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    A settled, drier and cold look to the first half of the period for most of the UK, with plenty of dry weather around and light winds too. However this will mean a greater incidence of fog and frost than during recent weeks, and the fog may well be slow to clear in many inland areas and persist all day in a few locations. Where this happens it will be noticeably cold and dull. However, the weather will gradually return to an unsettled type in northwestern parts of the UK. These milder, windier and occasionally wet conditions will probably spread to most of the rest of the UK (except perhaps southeast England), sometime over the holiday period, with a diminishing risk of fog and frost.

    Updated: 1138 on Wed 20 Dec 2006

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  • Location: Stanley, County Durham.
  • Weather Preferences: Anything Extreme!
  • Location: Stanley, County Durham.

    Thats for 25th December to 3rd January.

    Looking good for this type of weather over christmas, at least it will feel seasonal with some white around.

    I'll take that anyday :)

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 27 Dec 2006 to Friday 5 Jan 2007:

    A settled, dry and cold start to the period for most of the UK, with plenty of dry weather around and light winds too. However this will mean a continued incidence of fog and frost, and the fog may well be slow to clear in many inland areas and persist all day in a few locations. Where this happens it will be noticeably cold and dull. However, the weather will soon return to an unsettled type in northwestern parts of the UK. These milder, windier and occasionally wet conditions will then spread to most of the rest of the UK (except perhaps southeast England), by the New Year, with a diminishing risk of fog and frost.

    Updated: 1138 on Fri 22 Dec 2006

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Thursday 28 Dec 2006 to Saturday 6 Jan 2007:

    Still dry and rather cold at first in some southern and eastern areas, with a risk of fog and frost problems, though less widespread than recently. However, the weather will already be more unsettled and milder across northwestern and some western parts of the UK and gradually these unsettled conditions look like spreading to the rest of the UK. This transition may take until later next weekend in some southeastern areas. Thereafter, into the start of 2007, all parts look like being changeable and often mild, with bands of rain crossing the country at time, and occasional strong winds, especially in the north and west. Some clearer, calmer interludes between the rainbands, although still with some showers in the north and west, occasionally falling as snow on high ground.

    Updated: 1220 on Sat 23 Dec 2006

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Friday 29 Dec 2006 to Sunday 7 Jan 2007:

    Still dry and rather cold at first in some southern and eastern areas, with a risk of fog and frost problems, though less widespread than recently. However, the weather will already be more unsettled and milder across northwestern and some western parts of the UK and gradually these unsettled conditions will spread to the rest of the UK. Thereafter, into the start of 2007, all parts look like being changeable and often mild, with bands of rain crossing the country at times, and occasional strong winds, especially in the north and west. Some clearer, calmer interludes between the rainbands, although still with some showers in the north and west, occasionally falling as snow on high ground.

    Updated: 1135 on Sun 24 Dec 2006

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  • Location: Upper Tweeddale, Scottish Borders 240m ASL
  • Location: Upper Tweeddale, Scottish Borders 240m ASL

    UK Outlook for Sunday 31 Dec 2006 to Tuesday 9 Jan 2007:

    The weather will be in a thoroughly unsettled mode as 2006 gives way to 2007. Indeed there is the potential for some very wet and windy weather to end the old year in some parts of the UK, with the possibility of severe gales in the north. Through the rest of next week, there will be further rain or showers at times, although with drier, quieter, clearer periods in between, especially in the east and south - so the best of the sunshine in these areas. At times it will be cold enough for some hill snow in the north but temperatures will more often be in the range near normal to mild, with any frost likely to be rather short-lived. However it does look like being windy at times.

    Updated: 1230 on Tue 26 Dec 2006

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  • Location: Upper Tweeddale, Scottish Borders 240m ASL
  • Location: Upper Tweeddale, Scottish Borders 240m ASL

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 3 Jan 2007 to Friday 12 Jan 2007:

    After a stormy start to the New Year for many parts of the UK the weather will stay in a thoroughly unsettled mode going into 2007. There will be further rain or showers at times, interspersed with drier, clearer periods in between. Western parts of the UK will be wettest while the more sheltered eastern and southern parts will be best placed for periods of drier, brighter weather and the best of the sunshine. At times it will be cold enough for some hill snow in northern UK but temperatures will more often range from near normal to mild, with overnight frost likely to be rather short-lived. However, it does look like staying windy with gales in northern and western UK at times.

    Updated: 1113 on Fri 29 Dec 2006

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Thursday 4 Jan 2007 to Saturday 13 Jan 2007:

    After a stormy start to the New Year for many parts of the UK the weather will stay in a thoroughly unsettled mode going into 2007. There will be further rain or showers at times, interspersed with drier, clearer periods in between. Western parts of the UK will be wettest while the more sheltered eastern and southern parts will be best placed for periods of drier, brighter weather and the best of the sunshine. At times it will be cold enough for some hill snow in northern UK, but temperatures will more often range from near normal to mild, with overnight frost likely to be rather short-lived. However, it does look like staying windy with gales in northern and western UK at times.

    Updated: 1054 on Sat 30 Dec 2006

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