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UK Outlook for Friday 19 Nov 2010 to Sunday 28 Nov 2010:

Unsettled across southern parts of the UK to start, with outbreaks of rain and strong winds at times. More settled in the north, but with showers at times, these wintry over the hills. Into the new week northeasterly winds will become prevalent. This will lead to a downward trend in temperatures across the UK with overnight frosts becoming more frequent and northern parts in particular becoming cold. Showers are likely at times, particularly across northern and eastern parts. These will be wintry over high ground, especially in the north, with an increasing chance of some snow to lower levels too. Best of any drier and brighter weather likely across southern and western parts of the UK.

Updated: 1139 on Sun 14 Nov 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Saturday 20 Nov 2010 to Monday 29 Nov 2010:

The south and east will be unsettled with showers or longer spells of rain, heavy at times, this weekend. Some northeastern parts may have hill snow. Elsewhere will be drier and brighter. Windy, especially in the southwest where there is a risk of gales at first. Temperatures normal in the far south but rather cold further north. The first part of next week will be unsettled with further rain or showers, especially in the south, east and northeast. Brighter weather at times in the west. Some hill snow, and perhaps snow to lower levels in the northeast later. Feeling cold next week, temperatures below average. The cold and often unsettled theme then continues through the rest of the period with an increasing risk of snow to the north and east.

Updated: 1138 on Mon 15 Nov 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Sunday 21 Nov 2010 to Tuesday 30 Nov 2010:

A good deal of cloud around this weekend, showers or longer spells of rain affecting southern and eastern parts on Sunday when the far south will also be quite windy. Next week conditions will soon turn colder. Northern and eastern parts in particular will remain unsettled and, at times, windy with showers and hill snow, these showers turning increasingly wintry with a risk of snow to lower levels developing later in the week. Parts of the Midlands and Irish Sea coastal areas also at risk from wintry showers later. Temperatures largely below average for the time of year and feeling cold, especially where conditions are windy. The cold theme then continues into the last week of November, with northern and eastern parts most at risk from wintry weather.

Updated: 1208 on Tue 16 Nov 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Monday 22 Nov 2010 to Wednesday 1 Dec 2010:

Generally unsettled at first with showers, or longer spells of rain, mainly in the east of the UK. It will soon turn colder into next week. Northern and eastern parts in particular will remain unsettled and, at times, windy with showers and hill snow, these showers turning increasingly wintry with a risk of snow to lower levels developing later in the week. Parts of the Midlands and Irish Sea coastal areas also at risk from wintry showers later. Temperatures largely below average for the time of year and feeling cold, especially where conditions are windy. The cold theme then continues through to the beginning of December, with northern and eastern parts most at risk from wintry weather.

Updated: 1151 on Wed 17 Nov 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 23 Nov 2010 to Thursday 2 Dec 2010:

A generally unsettled and chilly start with clear or sunny spells in central and western parts, but cloudier with showers in the east, perhaps frequent at first. The showers will be wintry over hills, particularly in the north. It will gradually turn colder through next week with showers turning increasingly wintry to lower levels with a risk of some significant accumulations of snow in northern and eastern parts. Temperatures below average for the time of year with an increasing risk of overnight frost and icy surfaces, especially where skies clear. Feeling cold in the often fresh and mainly northeasterly wind. The cold theme continues into December for most parts, with northern and eastern parts most at risk from wintry weather, although western parts may start to turn less cold.

Updated: 1149 on Thu 18 Nov 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 24 Nov 2010 to Friday 3 Dec 2010:

The period will begin cold, with many central and western areas having some bright or sunny spells. Wintry showers will affect eastern areas, particularly along the coast but these will extend inland at times. The showers will start turning to snow even at lower levels at times. During the first weekend, there is a risk of more widespread sleet and snow for a time, with the possibility of some significant accumulations in places. The cold or very cold conditions are likely to continue into the second week, with widespread overnight frosts and the risk of icy surfaces. There is a chance as we move into December that southern and southwestern parts will become more unsettled as rain, sleet and snow try to push up from the south.

Updated: 1148 on Fri 19 Nov 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Thursday 25 Nov 2010 to Saturday 4 Dec 2010:

The period will begin cold, with many central and western areas having some bright or sunny spells. Wintry showers will affect eastern areas, particularly along the coast but these will extend inland at times. The showers will start turning to snow even at lower levels at times. During the first weekend, there is a risk of more widespread sleet and snow for a time, with the possibility of some significant accumulations in places. The cold or very cold conditions are likely to continue into the second week, with widespread overnight frosts and the risk of icy surfaces. There is a chance as we move into December that southern and southwestern parts will become more unsettled as rain, sleet and snow try to push up from the south.

Updated: 1111 on Sat 20 Nov 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Friday 26 Nov 2010 to Sunday 5 Dec 2010:

The period will begin cold or very cold with overnight frost. Wintry showers will affect northern and eastern areas, particularly close to the coast but these will extend inland at times. These showers are likely to fall as snow even at lower levels and could give significant accumulations in places. Best of any brighter weather is likely in the west. The cold or very cold conditions are likely to continue into the first week of December, with widespread overnight frost and the risk of icy surfaces and further snowfall, particularly in eastern parts. However, there is then also a chance that southern and southwestern areas may turn a little less cold but also more unsettled as rain, sleet and snow tries to push up from the south.

Updated: 1123 on Sun 21 Nov 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Saturday 27 Nov 2010 to Monday 6 Dec 2010:

The first weekend will see snow showers anywhere in the UK, but most showers or longer periods of snow will be across eastern areas, with maybe southern areas being affected too. Risk of some significant accumulations, especially on hills. Also clearer spells, more in the west, with widespread frosts. All areas very cold. Continuing windy in places; risk of gales in the northeast. The first part of next week sees further snow showers in the east, with drier and brighter conditions to the west, and still very cold, but perhaps turning less cold in the south later. For the rest of the period it will stay cold with further wintry showers. The south and southwest may be milder at times but with some spells of rain, sleet, or possibly snow.

Updated: 1159 on Mon 22 Nov 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Sunday 28 Nov 2010 to Tuesday 7 Dec 2010:

The end of the first weekend will see snow showers anywhere in the UK, but most showers or longer periods of snow will be across eastern and central areas, with maybe southern areas being affected too. Risk of some significant accumulations, especially on hills. Also clearer spells, more in the west. All areas very cold with frosts and icy roads. Risk of gales in the northeast. Next week sees further snow showers in the east, with drier and brighter conditions to the west, and still very cold, but perhaps turning less cold in the south for a time. For the rest of the period it will stay cold with further wintry showers. The south and southwest may become slightly milder but with some spells of rain, sleet, or possibly snow.

Updated: 1151 on Tue 23 Nov 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Monday 29 Nov 2010 to Wednesday 8 Dec 2010:

Further snow showers or longer spells of snow are likely almost anywhere across the UK next week, northern, eastern and central areas tending to see the most frequent showers. Risk of some more persistent sleet or snow for a time in the far south around the middle of next week, whilst western parts will often be brighter. Many areas windy ay times with a risk of gales in the exposed north and east as well as near the south coast at times. All areas will remain very cold with frost and icy roads. Thereafter remaining cold with northern and eastern parts most at risk from further spells of snow or wintry showers. Meanwhile, some southern areas may turn slightly less cold later in the first week of December.

Updated: 1206 on Wed 24 Nov 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 30 Nov 2010 to Thursday 9 Dec 2010:

Further snow showers or longer spells of snow are likely almost anywhere across the UK next week, with northern, eastern and central areas tending to see the most frequent showers. Risk of some more persistent sleet or snow for a time in the south around the middle of next week, whilst western parts will often be brighter. Many areas windy at times with a risk of gales in the exposed north and east as well as near the south coast at times. All areas will remain very cold with a risk of frost and icy roads. Thereafter remaining cold with northern and eastern parts most at risk from further spells of snow or wintry showers. Meanwhile, some areas may turn slightly less cold later in the first week of December.

Updated: 1148 on Thu 25 Nov 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 1 Dec 2010 to Friday 10 Dec 2010:

Further snow showers or longer spells of snow are likely almost anywhere across the UK next week, with northern, eastern and central areas tending to see the most frequent showers. However, there is a risk of some more persistent rain, sleet and snow accompanied by strong, possibly gale force, winds leading to blizzard conditions during Wednesday. Winds should ease into Thursday, especially in the north, with snow showers continuing in eastern and central areas. The following weekend and week is expected to remain very cold with continuing frost and icy roads, with northern and eastern parts most at risk from further spells of snow or wintry showers. Meanwhile, some western areas may turn slightly less cold later in the first week of December.

Updated: 1155 on Fri 26 Nov 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Friday 3 Dec 2010 to Sunday 12 Dec 2010:

Further snow showers or longer spells of snow are likely almost anywhere across the UK next week. Eastern and southeastern parts are most at risk, but some central areas will also see snow showers or longer spells of snow. Strong winds may lead to drifting of lying snow in eastern parts, with some disruption likely in places. Winds should ease through Friday, with snow showers continuing at times in eastern and central areas. The weekend is expected to remain cold in the north and east, with continuing frost and icy roads and further spells of snow or wintry showers. Meanwhile, some western and southern areas may turn slightly less cold during the first weekend. It should become colder again during the second week with further wintry showers.

Updated: 1208 on Sun 28 Nov 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Saturday 4 Dec 2010 to Monday 13 Dec 2010:

Remaining very cold with further snow showers or longer spells of snow likely almost anywhere across the UK. Eastern and southeastern parts are most at risk of snow at first, but a brief settled period is likely over the first weekend for most, although further heavy snow is possible in southeast England. It will be cold with widespread overnight frosts, some freezing fog and very cold inland. Most inland areas should remain dry with some winter sunshine. Into next week, it will remain very cold for many with further snow showers likely around some coastal areas, and widespread overnight frosts. There is also a chance that more persistent rain, sleet and snow may spread into the southern half of the UK for a time, consequently becoming slightly less cold here.

Updated: 1142 on Mon 29 Nov 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Saturday 4 Dec 2010 to Monday 13 Dec 2010:

Remaining very cold with further snow showers or longer spells of snow likely almost anywhere across the UK. Eastern and southeastern parts are most at risk of snow at first, but a brief settled period is likely over the first weekend for most, although further heavy snow is possible in southeast England. It will be cold with widespread overnight frosts, some freezing fog and very cold inland. Most inland areas should remain dry with some winter sunshine. Into next week, it will remain very cold for many with further snow showers likely around some coastal areas, and widespread overnight frosts. There is also a chance that more persistent rain, sleet and snow may spread into the southern half of the UK for a time, consequently becoming slightly less cold here.

Updated: 1142 on Mon 29 Nov 2010

http://www.metoffice...st_weather.html

Stuart

Its been updated already 1217 I think, you may want to re issue your post?

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been updated

UK Outlook for Saturday 4 Dec 2010 to Monday 13 Dec 2010:

Remaining cold at first in the north with further wintry showers, but turning windy in the southwest with rain and sleet spreading erratically northeastwards into central parts of the UK, here turning to snow to give further accumulations, especially over the hills. Temperatures should return to normal in the south, but will remain cold in the north. Into the new week, the wind and rain in the south will eventually clear southeastwards allowing the cold air to return from the north to much of the country, along with wintry showers. An increasing risk of frost and ice returning to the south again, and also further snow accumulations in the north and over hills. Perhaps becoming drier and slightly warmer from southwest towards the end of the week.

Updated: 1217 on Mon 29 Nov 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Sunday 5 Dec 2010 to Tuesday 14 Dec 2010:

Remaining cold in the north at first, often dry and bright but with wintry showers at times. It will turn windy in the southwest with rain, turning to sleet and snow, spreading erratically northeastwards into central parts of the UK. The snow may be heavy at times, especially from the Midlands northwards and also over high ground. This is likely to give further accumulations with blizzards possible at times. Towards the end of next week, outbreaks of rain sleet and snow are likely to clear away and be replaced by sunnier spells with occasional wintry showers. It is likely to be rather cold with overnight frosts. Perhaps become drier by the end of the forecast period.

Updated: 1318 on Tue 30 Nov 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Monday 6 Dec 2010 to Wednesday 15 Dec 2010:

During the early part of next week conditions will remain generally cold. Northern areas will see some wintry showers at times but also spells of fine weather. Windier conditions with more persistent rain, perhaps falling as sleet, snow or freezing rain for a time, are expected to affect some southern regions. Temperatures in the far south of the UK may then also briefly return to near normal values. Southern parts are expected to become less windy and more settled with spells of fine weather later next week, whilst the threat of wintry showers persists in northern and some eastern areas through the rest of next week and into the following week. Temperatures will generally remain below average and often cold throughout, widespread frost and freezing fog patches expected by night.

Updated: 1221 on Wed 1 Dec 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 7 Dec 2010 to Thursday 16 Dec 2010:

Many areas should be fine and bright at first on Tuesday (7th), but cloudier and windier conditions with outbreaks of rain, sleet or snow may affect the far south later on Tuesday into Wednesday. Early wintry showers over the far north are expected to become heavier and more extensive by Wednesday, and spread to eastern parts. Towards the end of the first week, northern and eastern parts of the UK are likely to see further wintry showers, with many other areas staying drier. Thereafter, it should become generally drier, but throughout, temperatures will generally remain below average and often cold. Widespread frost and freezing fog patches are expected by night, as well as a risk of widespread ice on untreated roads and surfaces.

Updated: 1212 on Thu 2 Dec 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 8 Dec 2010 to Friday 17 Dec 2010:

A band of rain, sleet and snow is expected to move south crossing most parts Wednesday into Thursday, with further accumulations of snow possible and a risk of gales over northern and eastern parts of the UK. The best of any brightness should be in central and southwestern parts. Snow showers are likely to persist in northern and eastern parts over the weekend, but elsewhere only occasional snow showers are expected with some western areas perhaps staying dry. Thereafter, it should become generally drier although still with a risk of snow for northern and eastern UK. Throughout, temperatures will generally remain below average and often cold. Widespread frost and freezing fog patches are expected by night, as well as a risk of widespread ice on untreated roads and surfaces.

Updated: 1204 on Fri 3 Dec 2010

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

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UK Outlook for Thursday 9 Dec 2010 to Saturday 18 Dec 2010:

It is likely to start mainly dry over much of the UK, however sleet and snow showers will continue to affect parts of the north and east. Some parts of the northwest and west may become cloudier and less cold with outbreaks of rain for a time on Friday and through the weekend. Elsewhere, it should remain mainly dry, with sunny spells and overnight frost and freezing fog patches, although still with a risk of snow showers for northern and eastern UK. Towards the end of the second week, there is a risk of it turning more unsettled with sleet and snow becoming more widespread, especially in northern and eastern parts. Temperatures will continue well below average with widespread overnight frosts and freezing fog patches where winds fall light.

Updated: 1152 on Sat 4 Dec 2010

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

Edited by Stuart

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UK Outlook for Friday 10 Dec 2010 to Sunday 19 Dec 2010:

It is likely to start mainly dry over much of England and Wales, with temperatures recovering closer to normal. Further north, it will continue more unsettled and windy with outbreaks of rain and drizzle, perhaps with hill snow during the first weekend. Most southern parts should remain rather cold but mainly dry into next week, with a few sunny spells and overnight frost and freezing fog patches in places. Towards the end of the second week, it will probably turn more unsettled, with sleet and snow becoming more widespread, especially in northern and eastern parts. There is likely to be some significant falls in places. Temperatures will become below or well below average with widespread overnight frosts.

Updated: 1206 on Sun 5 Dec 2010

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

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this last one shows rather more change than any have done for several weeks, particularly over the end of this week into the start of the following week

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UK Outlook for Saturday 11 Dec 2010 to Monday 20 Dec 2010:

Conditions this weekend will be rather cloudy with a good deal of low cloud and some mist and fog. Some patchy rain about too, though many parts largely dry. Temperatures this weekend also a little higher than of late and away from the far South near normal for a time. Colder weather is then expected to develop across the country from the north and east early next week. Also then becoming brighter too, with increasing risk of overnight frost, icy roads and freezing fog patches. Later next week conditions are expected to start to turn more unsettled again with an increasing risk of snow showers, especially in the North and East. Cold or very cold next week, this cold weather then set to persist into the second week.

Updated: 1200 on Mon 6 Dec 2010

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

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