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UK Outlook for Monday 17 Nov 2014 to Monday 1 Dec 2014:

The generally west or southwesterly flow is likely to bring spells of wet and windy weather, especially to northern and western parts of the UK. However, southern and eastern areas may see some drier and settled conditions with an increasing likelihood of some sunshine, but also the risk of frost, mist and fog overnight, the latter of which could be slow to clear. Spells of unsettled weather are still possible at times across the south and east though. Temperatures will likely be near normal for the end of November and start of December, although there will be large day to day variations.

Issued at: 0400 on Mon 03 Nov 2014

 

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UK Outlook for Friday 21 Nov 2014 to Friday 5 Dec 2014:

 

There are no strong signals for any particular weather pattern to dominate through this period. However, the most likely scenario is that the unsettled, mild spell of weather, currently affecting the UK, to ease somewhat, with occasional spells of drier, quieter weather probably developing more often into early December; this is most likely across the south, with northern parts of the UK probably remaining fairly unsettled. At this time of year, a more settled spell of weather is associated with an increased risk of overnight frost and fog, but generally temperatures are most likely to be close to, or just above average. Whilst occasional colder spells of weather are possible, incidences of frost and snow may be less widespread and frequent than is typical at this time of year.

 

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 11 Nov 2014 to Thursday 20 Nov 2014:

 

Through next week conditions are likely to remain generally unsettled with scattered showers at times or longer spells of rain. Sunshine will be limited, but the driest and clearest conditions most likely towards the north and east. It is likely to be often windy, with a risk of coastal gales, but some interludes of lighter winds could allow for some overnight fog patches, more especially in the east. Temperatures should be generally around normal, but feeling colder in the wind and rain, with a risk of localised overnight frosts in the north. Through the following week it should remain mostly unsettled and generally mild, with the wettest conditions most likely in the west and a reduced risk of frost.

 

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 11 Nov 2014 to Thursday 20 Nov 2014:

Through next week conditions are likely to remain generally unsettled with scattered showers at times or longer spells of rain. Sunshine will be limited, but the driest and clearest conditions most likely towards the north and east. It is likely to be often windy, with a risk of coastal gales, but some interludes of lighter winds could allow for some overnight fog patches, more especially in the east. Temperatures should be generally around normal, but feeling colder in the wind and rain, with a risk of localised overnight frosts in the north. Through the following week it should remain mostly unsettled and generally mild, with the wettest conditions most likely in the west and a reduced risk of frost.

 

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UK Outlook for Friday 21 Nov 2014 to Friday 5 Dec 2014:

There are no strong signals for any particular weather pattern to dominate through this period. However, the most likely scenario is that the unsettled, mild spell of weather, currently affecting the UK, to ease somewhat, with occasional spells of drier, quieter weather probably developing more often into early December; this is most likely across the south, with northern parts of the UK probably remaining fairly unsettled. At this time of year, a more settled spell of weather is associated with an increased risk of overnight frost and fog, but generally temperatures are most likely to be close to, or just above average. Whilst occasional colder spells of weather are possible, incidences of frost and snow may be less widespread and frequent than is typical at this time of year.

Issued at: 0400 on Fri 07 Nov 2014

 

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 11 Nov 2014 to Thursday 20 Nov 2014:

Through next week conditions are likely to remain generally unsettled with scattered showers at times or longer spells of rain. Sunshine will be limited, but the driest and clearest conditions most likely towards the north and east. It is likely to be often windy, with a risk of coastal gales, but some interludes of lighter winds could allow for some overnight fog patches, more especially in the east. Temperatures should be generally around normal, but feeling colder in the wind and rain, with a risk of localised overnight frosts in the north. Through the following week it should remain mostly unsettled and generally mild, with the wettest conditions most likely in the west and a reduced risk of frost.

 

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Thats yesterday's update Stew

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 12 Nov 2014 to Friday 21 Nov 2014:

Outbreaks of rain across eastern areas at first should be followed by sunshine and showers, however, further rain may spread from the west later. It will be windy with gales, especially in the southwest, and temperatures will generally be near normal. During the rest of that week it is most likely to remain unsettled with showers, interspersed with longer periods of rain, heavy at times. It will stay windy too, with temperatures perhaps slightly above average in eastern Britain. Into the following week the focus for the most unsettled weather shows signs of moving to northwestern parts of the UK, with southeastern areas most likely to see the best of any brighter weather. Throughout the period, patchy overnight frost and fog are still possible in quieter interludes between weather systems.

 

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UK Outlook for Saturday 22 Nov 2014 to Saturday 6 Dec 2014:

Current indications show that low pressure is likely to be located to the west or southwest of the UK, and as such the most likely scenario is for unsettled weather to continue in most places as we head into December. Rainfall amounts may well be a little above average, more especially in west or northwestern parts of the UK, and temperatures look as though they will remain near or slightly above average. However, some brighter days are still likely and there is still a chance of overnight frost and fog, albeit it patchy, during any of these quieter spells of weather.

Issued at: 0400 on Sat 08 Nov 2014

 

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Hi Stuart, The latest update that you have posted is yesterdays even though the Met Office say they updated it at 0400 Sat 08 Nov 2014 today.

Todays update is usually posted during the afternoon, you can tell if it is todays because the date at the bottom will say 1600 Sat 08 Nov 2014.

I have emailed the Met Office  saying that it causes confusion and they said they are working on a solution to the problem.

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UK Outlook for Friday 14 Nov 2014 to Sunday 23 Nov 2014:

Unsettled with some clearer or sunnier spells and blustery showers at first, these most frequent and heaviest in the west and southwest of the UK. Bands of more persistent rain may spread in from the west at times but eastern parts should see the driest interludes. Windy, with gales possible in places, and temperatures mainly near normal. Into the following week, there are indications of a gradual trend for heavier and more persistent spells of rain to affect eastern Britain. Some drier weather is possible too, perhaps most likely in the west and northwest. It will stay windy and it may become slightly colder, mainly in the north and northwest. For the rest of the week the most unsettled weather is expected to return to the west and northwest.

 

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast/gfjp7dy02#?tab=regionalForecast&fcTime=1415491200

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UK Outlook for Monday 24 Nov 2014 to Monday 8 Dec 2014:

Current indications show that low pressure is likely to be located to the west of the UK, and as such the most likely scenario is for unsettled weather to continue in most places as we head into December. Rainfall amounts may well be a little above average, more especially in west or northwestern parts of the UK, and temperatures look as though they will remain near or slightly above average. However, some brighter days are still likely and there is still a chance of overnight frost and fog, albeit it patchy, during any of these quieter spells of weather.

Issued at: 1600 on Sun 09 Nov 2014

 

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UK Outlook for Monday 17 Nov 2014 to Wednesday 26 Nov 2014:

 

Largely unsettled conditions are set to prevail through the period. For Monday next week, the showers and longer spells of rain should mainly affect northern, and some southern, areas. Central parts should see more in the way of generally dry weather. More showers or longer spells of rain are likely on Tuesday, with no strong indication for where the wettest weather will be. Through the rest of the period it is set to remain unsettled with further spells of rain or showers across many parts, but there will be some drier and brighter/clearer conditions. The winds will be strong at times with a low risk of gales, especially in the north, whilst temperatures should remain generally around normal.

 

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UK Outlook for Thursday 27 Nov 2014 to Thursday 11 Dec 2014:

It is likely that a westerly flow will prevail through the end of November and the beginning of December bringing further unsettled weather to the UK. It is possible that rainfall amounts will be little above average for the time of year, especially for west or northwestern parts of the UK. In line with this unsettled weather it also looks likely that temperatures will remain near or a little above average. Some brighter days are still likely at times and there is still a chance of patchy overnight frost and fog during any of these quieter spells of weather. Towards the end of the period there indications the weather should turn a little less unsettled with conditions fairly normal for the time of year with around average temperatures.

Issued at: 1600 on Wed 12 Nov 2014

 

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UK Outlook for Thursday 20 Nov 2014 to Saturday 29 Nov 2014:

Rain lingering across northern Britain on Thursday. Starting largely dry and cloudy elsewhere, although rain, locally heavy, spreading across some southern and central areas later. Remaining generally cloudy on Friday with further outbreaks of locally heavy rain, particularly in the north and west, with possible gales in western exposed parts. Best of any drier, brighter spells in the east. During the weekend, many parts staying unsettled with showers or more persistent rain. Western parts of the UK are most likely to see the heavier spells of rain and strongest winds. Into the following week, more settled conditions are possible at first, especially in central and eastern parts, before unsettled weather moves in from the west later. Temperatures mostly around average, but a temporary increase in frost risk after the weekend.

 

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UK Outlook for Sunday 30 Nov 2014 to Sunday 14 Dec 2014:

At the start of the period the most likely scenario is for a continuation of unsettled weather to affect western parts of the UK, where rainfall may well be above average. Spells of rain are likely further east at times too but the best of the dry weather is expected here. As we head into December there are signs that rainfall amounts should become nearer normal. There is currently no signal for temperatures to become lower than average but instead stay around normal for many, perhaps slightly above, especially across southern Britain. Of course, a few rather colder spells are likely during any quieter periods of weather, with a chance of overnight mist and fog in places, and patchy frost - this may be more likely across northern areas.

Issued at: 1600 on Sat 15 Nov 2014

 

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UK Outlook for Friday 21 Nov 2014 to Sunday 30 Nov 2014:

It will be generally cloudy on Friday, perhaps with some outbreaks of rain in the north and west, where it will become breezy. The best of any of any drier, brighter spells will be in the southeast. During the weekend, many parts will stay rather unsettled with showers or more persistent rain. Western parts of the UK are most likely to see the heavier spells of rain and strongest winds, with the rain maybe spreading eastwards at times. Into the following week, more settled conditions are possible, especially in central and eastern parts, before unsettled weather tries to move in from the west again later. Temperatures mostly around average, but a temporary increase in frost risk after the weekend.

 

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UK Outlook for Monday 1 Dec 2014 to Monday 15 Dec 2014:

At the start of the period the most likely scenario is for a continuation of unsettled weather to affect western parts of the UK. Spells of rain are likely further east at times too but the best of the dry weather is expected here. As we head through the first week of December there are signs that rainfall amounts should become nearer normal. There is currently no signal for temperatures to become lower than average but instead stay around normal for many, perhaps slightly above, especially across southern Britain. Of course, a few rather colder spells are likely during any quieter periods of weather, with a chance of overnight mist and fog in places, and patchy frost - this may be more likely across northern areas.

Issued at: 1600 on Sun 16 Nov 2014

 

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Liking the latest medium-range forecast out to 2nd December which signals a greater incidence of frosts and slightly below average temperatures. Long may this continue! :clapping:

 

UK Outlook for Sunday 23 Nov 2014 to Tuesday 2 Dec 2014:

During Sunday and Monday outbreaks of rain should clear the UK eastwards, with windy conditions generally easing. Clearer, showery weather should then follow with temperatures near or just below normal, with a risk of frost and localised fog in the northwest. Thereafter, unsettled weather is likely to return over western parts with spells of rain, perhaps with local gales over northwestern parts. Eastern parts will likely see the best of any drier and brighter weather, with frost becoming more frequent than recently here. However, there is a low probability that high pressure will build over the UK, stopping unsettled conditions from progressing eastwards. Temperatures will mostly be around or just below normal for the time of year, with an increased chance of frost and fog overnight.

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That sounds fantastic. I hope that outlook remains unchanged. :)

 

Just shows how poor the weather and the outlooks have been lately for cold when we start to get excited about the prospects of frosts and slightly below average temperatures! 

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UK Outlook for Monday 24 Nov 2014 to Wednesday 3 Dec 2014:

During Monday high pressure will probably become centred over England bringing sunny spells, but also an increased risk of fog and frost. A band of rain will probably move towards the northwest with winds increasing here. On Tuesday, though, high pressure gradually declines, and unsettled weather is likely to return over western parts with spells of rain, perhaps with local gales over northwestern parts. Eastern parts are most likely to see the best of any drier and brighter weather, with the risk of frost continuing here. From Thursday onwards, conditions probably becoming unsettled and windier across the UK, with outbreaks of rain, and clearer, showery interludes. Temperatures will mostly be around or just below normal for the time of year, with a chance of frost and fog overnight at first.

 

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UK Outlook for Thursday 4 Dec 2014 to Thursday 18 Dec 2014:

The most likely scenario is for a continuation of a mobile westerly flow bringing unsettled and windy weather, especially in western parts of the UK, with eastern parts seeing the best of any dry weather. Temperatures are generally expected to be around or a little above average for the time of year. There is a chance of some overnight and morning mist or fog in places, and some patchy frost too - this will be more likely across northern areas where there is also a chance of some snow on higher ground.

Issued at: 1600 on Wed 19 Nov 2014

 

http://www.metoffice...eather/forecast

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 26 Nov 2014 to Friday 5 Dec 2014:

 

High pressure and settled conditions over the northeast will decline through Wednesday as unsettled weather across the south and southwest extends northwards. There will be spells of rain in the south and associated strengthening winds. Northeastern areas are most likely to see the best of any drier and brighter weather, with the risk of overnight frost and fog under clear spells. The unsettled conditions are likely to spread to all parts from Thursday onwards, with the heaviest rain and strongest winds most likely to affect western areas. Eastern areas are likely to see the best of any drier interludes. Temperatures will mostly be around normal for the time of year, with some chilly starts and occasional overnight frost.

 

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UK Outlook for Saturday 6 Dec 2014 to Saturday 20 Dec 2014:

The most probable scenario is for a continuation of unsettled and, at times, windy weather, especially in western parts of the UK, with eastern parts seeing the best of any dry weather. Temperatures are generally expected to be around or a little above average for the time of year. There is a chance of some overnight and morning frost and fog in places - this will be more likely across northern areas where there is also a chance of some snow on higher ground.

Issued at: 1600 on Fri 21 Nov 2014

 

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