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UK Outlook for Friday 22 Oct 2010 to Sunday 31 Oct 2010:

It will remain unsettled throughout this period with showers or rain at times, wintry in the north, but with some brighter, drier interludes. Initially, cloud and rain will spread from the west to all but the east which will see some clear, brighter spells. There is a risk of snow on higher ground in Scotland. The unsettled conditions continue thereafter with rain and showers, the risk of snow for higher ground also extends into the north of England early into next week. Winds will initially be northerly and strong at times with the risk of gales in exposed areas, becoming westerly later in the period. It will be cold in the northerly airflow with the risk of frost under clear skies but temperatures will recover as the winds become westerly.

Updated: 1245 on Sun 17 Oct 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Saturday 23 Oct 2010 to Monday 1 Nov 2010:

It will remain unsettled throughout this period with showers or rain at times, wintry in the north over high ground, but with some brighter, drier interludes. Saturday should see an area of organised, persistent rain move in from the west while on Sunday clearer, brighter weather is expected to spread south with showers in the north and exposed coastal locations, turning wintry. Following a brief dry spell early next week it is expected to become unsettled again from the west, with the risk of heavy rain at times. Thereafter it will remain generally unsettled. Winds will be strong at times with the risk of gales in exposed areas, becoming westerly later in the period. It will be cold initially, but temperatures should recover, possibly to above normal, later.

Updated: 1250 on Mon 18 Oct 2010

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UK Outlook for Sunday 24 Oct 2010 to Tuesday 2 Nov 2010:

Generally unsettled and windy in parts, with showers or rain to start the period that should gradually move off east by the start of the week. After a brief drier and brighter interlude with overnight frost possible, milder but wetter conditions follow from the west, with the focus of heavier rain expected to shift from the north during the first half of the week, to the south later on. Strong winds and perhaps gales are particularly likely in northern parts for a time during midweek. Later in the period it will remain rather unsettled, with the northwest seeing wetter, windier weather and the southeast becoming drier and brighter. Temperatures should start below normal with frost likely, with some recovery to near-normal values towards November moderating this risk.

Updated: 1219 on Tue 19 Oct 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Monday 25 Oct 2010 to Wednesday 3 Nov 2010:

An unsettled period that starts showery with some sunny spells, with strong winds in the north and east. Some of these showers could be wintry at times over higher ground in the north of the UK. Becoming fine and bright for a time before midweek with frost possible overnight, though this is soon followed by rain, as well as milder conditions from the west. This should shift the focus of the strong winds westwards in what should be a generally windy outlook, with gales possible in the exposed west at times. Remaining unsettled over the weekend and new week, with bands of rain separated by sunshine and showers arriving throughout from the west and later southwest: this heralding milder overnight temperatures in the run-up to November, reducing the frost risk.

Updated: 1219 on Wed 20 Oct 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 26 Oct 2010 to Thursday 4 Nov 2010:

Beginning cold on Tuesday with a widespread frost and mist and fog in places. Cloud will thicken from the west bringing rain for many into Wednesday, introducing an unsettled spell that is likely to last until the end of the forecast period. Many parts will see dry and bright spells but these are likely to be interspersed with showers and longer spells of rain that may be heavy at times. Occasional snow is likely on high ground in Scotland. It also will be windy, with gales at times, especially in exposed western areas. Apart from Tuesday (26th) temperatures are expected to be near or slightly above normal for the time of year. Occasional frosty nights are possible in northern areas although for many it is likely to remain above freezing.

Updated: 1249 on Thu 21 Oct 2010

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 27 Oct 2010 to Friday 5 Nov 2010:

Rain will clear eastwards on Wednesday leaving sunny spells with blustery showers, especially in the west. It will be drier in the east. More prolonged rain will sweep in from the southwest on Thursday marking the start of an unsettled spell lasting throughout the forecast period. Rain and showers are expected for many, and will be occasionally heavy, particularly in the west and south. There will also be plenty of sunshine in between. It will often be windy, with gales at times, especially in western parts, that could be locally severe in the northwest. Temperatures are expected to range from near normal to being sometimes notably mild for the time of year, especially in the east. Any frost is likely to be in the north.

Updated: 1212 on Fri 22 Oct 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Saturday 30 Oct 2010 to Monday 8 Nov 2010:

It is expected to remain unsettled for the majority of the period, with bands of rain spreading from the southwest across the UK. These will be interspersed with some drier interludes. West and southwestern parts of the UK are more likely to see the most of the rain, with the best of any dry interludes further east. There may also be a risk of snow across the Scottish Mountains. It will often be windy with gales in places, possibly severe gales in the north and west of the UK. Temperatures are expected to range from near normal to perhaps notably mild for the time of year, especially in eastern parts of the UK. Only a low risk of overnight frosts are expected, chiefly across the north of the UK.

Updated: 1220 on Mon 25 Oct 2010

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UK Outlook for Sunday 31 Oct 2010 to Tuesday 9 Nov 2010:

It is expected to remain unsettled for the majority of the period, with bands of rain spreading from the west across the UK. These will be interspersed with some drier interludes. Western parts of the UK are more likely to see the most of the rain, with the best of any dry interludes further east. There may also be a risk of snow across the Scottish Mountains. It will often be windy with gales in places, possibly severe gales in the north and west of the UK. Temperatures are expected to range from near normal to perhaps notably mild for the time of year, especially in southern parts of the UK. Only a low risk of overnight frosts are expected, chiefly across the north of the UK.

Updated: 1207 on Tue 26 Oct 2010

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UK Outlook for Monday 1 Nov 2010 to Wednesday 10 Nov 2010:

Generally unsettled, with bright and showery intervals coming between spells of rain. The south and east should see the best of drier conditions, with the focus of heavier and more persistent rainfall towards the north and west. It should be windy at times, with strong and possibly gale-force winds likely, particularly in the exposed northwest. Towards the end of the period there is some indication of a transition towards drier and more settled weather at times, especially in the south. Temperatures are expected to start near-normal or perhaps mild for November, especially in southern parts. Temperatures then revert to nearer the average by the end of the period, hence seeing an increasing risk of overnight frosts; these more likely across the north of the UK.

Updated: 1219 on Wed 27 Oct 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 2 Nov 2010 to Thursday 11 Nov 2010:

An unsettled outlook, with bright and showery intervals coming between spells of rain. The south and east should see the best of drier conditions, with the focus of heavier and more persistent rainfall towards the north and west. It will be windy at times, with strong and occasionally gale-force winds likely, particularly in the northwest. Towards the end of the period there is some indication of a transition towards drier and more settled weather at times, especially in the south from around the weekend. Temperatures are expected to start a little above normal for November, becoming mild or perhaps very mild at times up to the weekend, especially in eastern parts. Temperatures should then see out the period in the normal to mild range, with only occasional overnight frosts.

Updated: 1206 on Thu 28 Oct 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 3 Nov 2010 to Friday 12 Nov 2010:

For Wednesday and Thursday, generally unsettled, with showers or longer spells of rain but also some dry, bright spells, especially in the east, with the focus of heavier and more persistent rain over the north and the west of the U.K. It will be generally windy at times, with strong and occasionally gale-force winds likely, especially in the northwest. For Friday 5th onwards to the end of the period, mainly unsettled conditions are expected to continue, with the heaviest and most prolonged rain again in the north and west, and with the driest conditions in the south and east. However after mainly mild weather, temperatures are likely to drop to near normal, with some snow possible on the Scottish Mountains.

Updated: 1221 on Fri 29 Oct 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Friday 5 Nov 2010 to Sunday 14 Nov 2010:

Generally unsettled for Friday and Saturday with spells of persistent rain most likely in central and southern areas, but also some dry, bright spells, especially in the east. Showers, heavy and organised in the north and possibly wintry over the Scottish mountains, are expected to extend southwards. It will be windy at first with the risk of gales, with the possibility of severe gales in the south and west. Thereafter, a change to quieter, drier and brighter conditions for many is expected, although rain and showers are still likely, especially in the north and west, with the driest conditions in the south and east. After a mainly mild start, especially in the south, temperatures are likely to drop to near normal, with some snow possible on the Scottish Mountains.

Updated: 1145 on Sun 31 Oct 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Saturday 6 Nov 2010 to Monday 15 Nov 2010:

Remaining unsettled with outbreaks of rain or showers at times. These will be occasionally heavy, particularly across western upslopes. This rain is likely to turn to snow over the hills of Scotland but also to lower levels at first. Best of any drier weather is likely towards the south and east of the UK, where there is likely to be some sunny spells at times. Winds are likely to be strong at times, with gales along the coasts. Temperatures will generally return to average or perhaps slightly below average in the case of the far north and it is likely to feel chilly compared to recent days. Risk of overnight frosts across the country, particularly in the north.

Updated: 1200 on Mon 1 Nov 2010

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UK Outlook for Sunday 7 Nov 2010 to Tuesday 16 Nov 2010:

Remaining unsettled with outbreaks of rain or showers at times. These will be occasionally heavy, particularly across western upslopes. This rain is likely to turn to snow over the higher hills of Scotland. The best of any drier weather is likely towards the south and east of the UK, where there are likely to be some sunny spells at times. Winds are likely to be strong at times, especially at first, with gales along the coasts. Temperatures will generally return to average or perhaps slightly below average in the case of the far north of the UK and it is likely to feel chilly compared to recent days. Risk of overnight frosts across the country, particularly across the north of the UK.

Updated: 1147 on Tue 2 Nov 2010

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UK Outlook for Monday 8 Nov 2010 to Wednesday 17 Nov 2010:

Heavy rain spreading to all areas on Monday with gales for many, particularly in western parts and a snow risk for northeastern areas. Showery conditions follow, still with a risk of snow on high ground in northern areas. The unsettled spell continues thereafter with showers or longer spells of rain, the rain being heavy at times especially in northwestern parts. Occasional drier interludes are also possible with the best of any sunshine likely in the south and east. Winds are likely to be strong at times with the risk of gales, these often being limited to exposed areas, the west being most at risk. Temperatures are expected to be lower than normal at first, with a risk of frost under clear skies, but near normal from later next week.

Updated: 1212 on Wed 3 Nov 2010

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 9 Nov 2010 to Thursday 18 Nov 2010:

Sunshine and showers for most of the UK on Tuesday, then the unsettled theme is set to continue through to the end of the outlook period. Showers and longer spells of rain are likely with the rain prolonged and heavy at times. Mountain snow is also likely over the high ground in Scotland. Some dry and bright interludes are likely in between the rain, especially in the south and east towards the end of next week. Winds are likely to be strong at times with the risk of gales, these often being limited to exposed areas but perhaps isolated cases of severe gales in the northwest. Temperatures are expected to be near to normal but it will feel cold in the wind and rain.

Updated: 1141 on Thu 4 Nov 2010

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 10 Nov 2010 to Friday 19 Nov 2010:

Cold northerly winds will bring sunny spells with some showers on Wednesday, especially over eastern areas and probably turning wintry on hills in the north. Rain then spreads from the west later on Thursday with some hill snow possible in Scotland. During next weekend low pressure systems will move east bringing rain or showers, especially over northwestern UK, but with some drier and clearer spells between. The start of the following week is likely to see a brief interlude of drier weather before a return to rain and showers from the west. It will be generally windy throughout, especially as low pressure systems pass close to the UK. Temperatures start cold, especially in the north, and then recover to nearer normal later in the period, especially in the south.

Updated: 1158 on Fri 5 Nov 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Thursday 11 Nov 2010 to Saturday 20 Nov 2010:

Rain will spread from the west during Thursday with some hill snow possible in Scotland. Further rain and showers affecting most parts during Friday then remaining unsettled into next weekend with rain or showers in most areas again but with some drier and clearer spells between. Some of this precipitation may turn to snow over northern hills. Staying unsettled the following week with any drier weather most likely in the south and east. It will be generally windy throughout, especially as low pressure systems pass close to the UK. Temperatures start cold, especially in the north, and then recover to nearer normal. Later in the period there is an increasing tendency towards night frosts and the south could feel mild in any sunshine.

Updated: 1144 on Sat 6 Nov 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Friday 12 Nov 2010 to Sunday 21 Nov 2010:

Remaining predominantly unsettled and windy with showers or longer spells of rain, which are expected to be heavy at times. For Friday and Saturday, the heaviest rain is expected in western and north-western parts of the UK, with some eastern and northeastern parts remaining generally dry. Some of this precipitation may turn to snow over northern hills. Thereafter, staying unsettled, with any drier weather most likely in the south and east. It will be generally windy throughout, especially when low pressure systems pass close to the UK. Temperatures start near or just below normal, especially in the north where overnight frosts are likely, and then recover to nearer normal, with some milder interludes in the south. Later in the period there is an increasing trend towards drier, colder conditions.

Updated: 1241 on Sun 7 Nov 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Saturday 13 Nov 2010 to Monday 22 Nov 2010:

Remaining predominantly unsettled and windy with showers or longer spells of rain, which are expected to be heavy at times. For Saturday and Sunday, some persistent, occasionally heavy rain is expected across southern UK and parts of the west and northwest, with some eastern and northeastern parts tending to be drier. Some wintry showers over northern hills at times too. Thereafter, staying largely unsettled, with the east and northeast likely to see the best weather. It will be generally windy throughout. Temperatures start near or just below normal, especially in the north where overnight frosts are likely, and then recover to nearer normal, with some milder interludes in the south. Later in the period there is a trend towards drier, brighter but possibly colder conditions with an increasing frost risk.

Updated: 1151 on Mon 8 Nov 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Sunday 14 Nov 2010 to Tuesday 23 Nov 2010:

Much of the period is likely to remain relatively unsettled with showers or longer periods of rain. More persistent rain likely across northwestern parts where it is also likely to be heavy, particularly across west facing hills. Some of the rain is also likely to turn to snow over the higher ground of the north. Between any rain will be some drier and brighter interludes, with these most likely in the southeast. Towards the end of the period there is an increasing chance of more settled weather in the south of the UK, although the north is likely to remain unsettled. Windy throughout, with gales at times. Temperatures starting around average, but with an increasing trend towards lower temperatures, with a higher risk of overnight frost, particularly in the north.

Updated: 1139 on Tue 9 Nov 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Monday 15 Nov 2010 to Wednesday 24 Nov 2010:

It is likely to stay unsettled and windy with showers or longer spells of rain for most of the UK. The rain most persistent and heavy across northwestern parts at first, then elsewhere during the course of the first week. Occasional snow is likely over the higher ground of Scotland and perhaps Northern England. Drier and brighter interludes can also be expected, these most likely in the south and east. Later in the period there is a chance of drier and more settled weather in the south of the UK, but elsewhere it is likely to remain unsettled and cold with showers, still wintry in the north. Temperatures generally near or below average across the UK, with a risk of overnight frost on most nights under any clear skies.

Updated: 1149 on Wed 10 Nov 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 16 Nov 2010 to Thursday 25 Nov 2010:

Generally rather cloudy at first with some brightness, this mainly in the east of the UK. Rain is expected in northern and western parts of the UK at first, with strong southerly winds. This rain may spread further southeast at times but will tend to become less persistent. The far southeast of England should remain largely dry. From Friday (19th), conditions look like turning drier with some sunshine in many places, although outbreaks of rain may occasionally reach far western and southern parts of the UK. Mostly cold as winds become more easterly and brisk at times. Where winds fall light, there will be a risk of mist or fog patches developing, and frost becoming more widespread during overnight periods.

Updated: 1151 on Thu 11 Nov 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 17 Nov 2010 to Friday 26 Nov 2010:

Mostly dry in the east, but showers or longer spells of rain affecting western and southern parts at first, with some snow over the hills. It will also be windy at first with any risk of gales in parts of the west. Temperatures below normal and feeling cold in the wind. Generally unsettled with showers or longer spells of rain and some hill snow into the following weekend, with the driest weather in the northwest, but then becoming generally drier for most parts thereafter. Feeling cold as winds become more easterly and brisk at times. Where winds fall light, there will be a risk of mist or fog patches developing, and frost becoming more widespread during overnight periods.

Updated: 1208 on Fri 12 Nov 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Thursday 18 Nov 2010 to Saturday 27 Nov 2010:

Many regions will be unsettled with showers or longer spells of rain for much of the ten day period. During the first few days western and southwestern parts can expect the worst of the unsettled weather with a risk of gales in the exposed far southwest. There is also a risk of gales in far northeastern parts. Conditions are expected to gradually turn less unsettled towards the end of the forecast period, especially in the North and West. Often feeling cold, temperatures generally below the mid to late November average throughout, and tending to turn even colder later with an increasing risk of frost. Some hill snow also likely during the period, mainly in the north, and as temperatures drop later some wintry weather may develop in other areas.

Updated: 1214 on Sat 13 Nov 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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