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Tuesday 27 Oct - Thursday 5 Nov

Unsettled conditions are expected to dominate during the period, with most parts of the UK seeing plenty of cloud and outbreaks of rain and showers. It will often be windy, with a risk of gales or even severe gales, especially in coastal areas. The wettest and windiest weather is likely to be found in the west and north-west of the country. However, some brief bright and dry spells are still likely at times in all parts of the UK, with the most settled conditions probably found across eastern and south-eastern areas. Overall, temperatures are generally looking to be close to normal for the time of year. Conditions may turn more settled close to the end of the period, particularly in the south.

Friday 6 Nov - Friday 20 Nov

Confidence is currently low for this period but there is an increased chance of more settled weather during November, especially in the south of the UK. Showery and windier conditions may remain more prevalent in the north. Temperatures probably trending to normal overall, with overnight frost and fog becoming more likely in any settled spells.

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Yes I have just spent some time comparing their forecast issued on their web site at 0025 with the two latest Fax charts for Tuesday. They seemed at odds and this forecast seems to suggest what I beli

So this is what Exeter actually published UK Outlook for Sunday 20 Jan 2019 to Tuesday 29 Jan 2019: Sunday will be cold across the UK, but for many it will be dry; brightest in the southeast

In all the years of model watching 12-15 years, I cannot ever remember UK Met trawling a deep cold spell so far ahead, so consistently, and for such duration after its arrival. Not even the late Novem

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Wednesday 28 Oct - Friday 6 Nov

Unsettled conditions are expected to dominate for the rest of October, with blustery rain and showers interspersed with occasional sunny spells across the UK. Strong winds are also likely with a risk of gales at times. The wettest and windiest weather is most likely to be seen in the north and west of the UK whilst the best of any drier or brighter weather is likely to be across the south and east. A change to generally drier, more settled and perhaps milder conditions is expected for the start of November with any strong winds, showers or longer spells of rain most likely confined to northern areas. Elsewhere winds will probably become light. These more settled conditions bring an increased risk of overnight frost and fog, particularly across the south.

Saturday 7 Nov - Saturday 21 Nov

For the remainder of November, it is likely to be a tale of 2 halves. The start of this period looks set to see high pressure dominate, bringing more settled than seen in recent times, particularly for the south with any wet and windy weather most likely to affect the north-west. Although confidence lowers toward the end of November, a return to unsettled autumnal weather is most likely, with showers or longer spells of rain and strong winds, interspersed with drier intervals. Overall, temperatures are anticipated to be at or below average for this time of year.

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Thursday 29 Oct - Saturday 7 Nov

Unsettled conditions are expected to dominate for the rest of October, with showers or longer spells of rain interspersed with occasional sunny spells. Strong winds are also likely with gales possible at times. The wettest, windiest weather is most likely in the north and west of the UK whilst the best of any drier or brighter weather across the south and east. It will become milder however. A change to generally drier, more settled conditions is expected for the start of November with any strong winds, showers or longer spells of rain most likely confined to northern areas. Elsewhere winds will probably become mainly light. These more settled conditions bring an increased risk of colder weather with overnight frost and morning fog, particularly across the south.

Sunday 8 Nov - Sunday 22 Nov

For the remainder of November, it is likely to be a tale of 2 halves. The start of this period looks set to see high pressure dominate, bringing more settled conditions than seen in recent times, particularly for the south with any wet and windy weather most likely to affect the north-west. Although confidence lowers toward the end of November, a return to unsettled autumnal weather is most likely, with showers or longer spells of rain and strong winds, interspersed with drier intervals. Overall, temperatures are anticipated to be at or below average for this time of year.

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Friday 30 Oct - Sunday 8 Nov

Unsettled conditions are expected to dominate for the rest of October, with showers or longer spells of rain interspersed with occasional sunny spells. Strong winds are also likely with gales possible at times. The wettest, windiest weather is most likely in the north and west of the UK whilst the best of any drier or brighter weather across the south and east. It will become milder however. A change to generally drier, more settled conditions is probable during early November with any strong winds, showers or longer spells of rain most likely confined to northern areas. Elsewhere winds will probably become mainly light. These more settled conditions bring an increased risk of colder weather with overnight frost and morning fog, particularly across the south.

Monday 9 Nov - Monday 23 Nov

For the remainder of November, it is likely to be a tale of 2 halves. The start of this period looks set to see high pressure dominate, bringing more settled conditions than seen in recent times, particularly for the south with any wet and windy weather most likely to affect the north-west. Although confidence lowers toward the end of November, a return to unsettled autumnal weather is most likely, with showers or longer spells of rain and strong winds, interspersed with drier intervals. Overall, temperatures are anticipated to be at or below average for this time of year.

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Above continues to suggest high pressure anchoring over and to the east of the UK, but not clear where it will transfer, more unsettled conditions but average temps would suggest it moving away to the SE with a more typical Atlantic flow, below average temps suggests it going west pulling in a more north westerly even northerly influence.. it's not clear whether reference to below average temps is courtesy of the high bringing cold nights and surface cold with the sun struggling to have much impact.

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Saturday 31 Oct - Monday 9 Nov

Conditions are expected to remain unsettled into the beginning of November, with outbreaks of rain at first, followed by a more showery regime. Strong winds are also likely to continue for the first few days of November, with gales possible at times. However, it will likely feel milder, particularly in the south. A change to more settled conditions is then expected midway through this period with any showers or longer spells of rain most likely affecting northern areas. Elsewhere, the south of the UK has an increased likelihood of seeing the best of this dry and settled weather. Winds possibly becoming light across the south with the strongest winds confined to the north. These more settled conditions bring an increased risk of colder weather with overnight frost and morning fog.

Tuesday 10 Nov - Tuesday 24 Nov

For the remainder of November, it is likely to be a tale of two halves. The start of this period looks set to see high pressure dominate, bringing more settled conditions than seen in recent times, particularly for the south with any wet and windy weather most likely to affect the north-west. Although confidence lowers toward the end of November, a return to unsettled autumnal weather is most likely, with showers or longer spells of rain and strong winds, interspersed with drier intervals. Overall, temperatures are anticipated to be at or below average for this time of year.

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Sunday 1 Nov - Tuesday 10 Nov

The first few days of November will likely see unsettled conditions with outbreaks of rain, followed by a more showery regime with strong winds and possibly gales at times. The north of the UK is more likely to see any longer spells of rain and showers which develop, as well as strong winds and possibly gales. By the end of the first week of November, there will be a transition from predominantly low pressure to high pressure, with winds becoming light. Initially in the period, temperatures will likely recover to near-normal. With the transition to high pressure, the UK will see drier and settled weather. Temperatures may start to feel rather cold, with overnight fog and frost becoming more common, particularly in the south.

Wednesday 11 Nov - Wednesday 25 Nov

Settled weather is likely to continue until the middle of November, with high pressure looking to dominate. This will bring dry and settled conditions, especially for the south of the UK whereas any wet windy weather will be mostly confined to the north. Confidence lowers for the second half of November but current signals suggest an autumnal setup with colder conditions developing and more frequent showers, with the heaviest of these showers affecting the east of the UK. Another spell of drier, more settled conditions is possible towards the end of November, but confidence remains low for this. Despite the settled conditions in the south temperatures are expected to be lower than average for the time of year, whereas they will be closer to normal in the north.

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Mmm interesting update, colder conditions and heaviest showers in the east, perhaps a northerly on the cards followed by high pressure toppling through the country and setting up shop over the UK to end the month milder atlantic flow to the north.. before a rinse a repeat scenario as we move to December...

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Monday 2 Nov - Wednesday 11 Nov

Conditions are expected to remain unsettled into the beginning of November, with outbreaks of rain at first, followed by a more showery regime. Strong winds are also likely to continue for the first few days of November, with gales possible at times. However, it will likely feel milder, particularly in the south. A change to more settled conditions is then expected midway through this period with any showers or longer spells of rain most likely affecting northern areas. Elsewhere, the south of the UK has an increased likelihood of seeing the best of this dry and settled weather. Winds possibly becoming light across the south with the strongest winds confined to the north. These more settled conditions bring an increased risk of colder weather with overnight frost and morning fog.

Thursday 12 Nov - Thursday 26 Nov

Settled weather is likely to continue until the middle of November, with high pressure looking to dominate. This will bring dry and settled conditions, especially for the south of the UK whereas any wet windy weather will be mostly confined to the north. Confidence lowers for the second half of November but current signals suggest an autumnal setup with colder conditions developing and more frequent showers, with the heaviest of these showers affecting the east of the UK. Another spell of drier, more settled conditions is possible towards the end of November, but confidence remains low for this. Despite the settled conditions in the south temperatures are expected to be lower than average for the time of year, whereas they will be closer to normal in the north.

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Tuesday 3 Nov - Thursday 12 Nov

Following the very unsettled period we are now in, conditions across the UK are expected to become less unsettled early next week. By next Tuesday, most places will have a mixture of sunny spells and showers, the heaviest and most frequent of these showers likely in the west. By the middle of next week, generally much drier, brighter more settled conditions are likely to be established across much of the UK. As winds fall light for many, overnight frost and morning fog will become more prevalent and it will be colder generally. More changeable windier conditions may persist in the far north. Generally quiet conditions will probably persist through the following weekend although it may start to become somewhat more changeable again as we go into mid November.

Friday 13 Nov - Friday 27 Nov

Settled weather is likely to continue until the middle of November, with high pressure looking to dominate. This will bring generally dry conditions, especially for the south with any wet and windy weather being mostly confined to the north. Confidence is currently low for the second half of November but current signals suggest an autumnal setup with colder conditions developing and more frequent showers, with the heaviest of these showers affecting the east and northeast of the UK. Another spell of drier, more settled conditions is possible towards the end of November, but confidence remains low for this. Despite the settled conditions in the south temperatures are expected to be lower than average for the time of year, whereas they will be closer to normal in the north.

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Wednesday 4 Nov - Friday 13 Nov

Following the very unsettled period we are now in, conditions across the UK are expected to become less unsettled and generally much drier, brighter, more settled conditions are likely to be established. Wednesday will probably see plenty of sunshine with some showers, the heaviest of these in the south and southeast. Temperatures will generally be slightly below normal through to the end of the week. Throughout the rest of the period many areas will be dry and settled and as winds fall light for many, overnight frost and morning fog will become more prevalent, especially in the south. Any more changeable, windier conditions are likely to occur in the far north. These generally settled conditions will probably persist through the end of the period with temperatures returning to near normal.

Saturday 14 Nov - Saturday 28 Nov

Settled weather is likely to continue until late November, with high pressure looking to dominate especially in the south of the UK. This will bring generally dry conditions, especially for the south, with any spells of wet and windy weather mostly confined to the north. Towards the latter part of November the current signals suggest an autumnal setup, with unsettled conditions developing more widely. However, a return to settled, dry conditions is likely by early December.

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Thursday 5 Nov - Saturday 14 Nov

Conditions across the UK are likely to become more settled and drier through the first half of November. Thursday will see bright and fine conditions across many southern areas although it will be cloudy and breezy in northern areas with outbreaks of patchy light rain and drizzle. Temperatures are likely to be slightly below average through to the end of the week. Temperatures will then recover to near normal, with the risk of overnight frost and morning fog becoming more prevalent, especially in the south. For the rest of the period many areas are likely to be dry and settled with lighter winds especially across the south. The far north will see more changeable conditions with showers or longer spells of rain at times.

Sunday 15 Nov - Sunday 29 Nov

Settled weather is likely to continue until late November, with high pressure looking to dominate especially in the south of the UK. This will bring generally dry conditions, particularly for the south, with any spells of wet and windy weather mostly confined to the north. Towards the latter part of November the current models suggest an autumnal feel, with unsettled conditions developing more widely.

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Friday 6 Nov - Sunday 15 Nov

Conditions across the UK are likely to become much more settled and drier this week, but colder. Friday will be dry and bright for most although there is a risk of rain and drizzle in the far north. Except for the far north, night frost is likely along with some overnight fog, lasting into in the morning. Next weekend, bands of rain will probably start edging up from the south accompanied by milder but murky conditions at times. Through the following week into mid November, further areas of rain and sometimes windier conditions may move north across the UK but also with reasonable dry spells, these most likely in the east where the best of any bright conditions are likely. Temperatures will be around average for the time of year.

Monday 16 Nov - Monday 30 Nov

Mainly settled weather appears likely through the second half of November, with high pressure looking to dominate especially in the south of the UK. This will bring generally dry conditions, particularly for the south, with any spells of wet and windy weather mostly confined to the north. Towards the latter part of November more generally unsettled conditions could develop more widely.

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Saturday 7 Nov - Monday 16 Nov

Conditions across the UK are likely to become much more settled and drier this week, but colder. Friday will be dry and bright for most although there is a risk of rain and drizzle in the far north. Except for the far north, night frost is likely along with some overnight fog, lasting into in the morning. Next weekend, bands of rain will probably start edging up from the south accompanied by milder but murky conditions at times. Through the following week into mid November, further areas of rain and sometimes windier conditions may move north across the UK but also with reasonable dry spells, these most likely in the east where the best of any bright conditions are likely. Temperatures will be around average for the time of year.

Tuesday 17 Nov - Tuesday 1 Dec

Mainly settled weather appears likely through the second half of November, with high pressure looking to dominate especially in the south of the UK. This will bring generally dry conditions, particularly for the south, with any spells of wet and windy weather mostly confined to the north. Towards the latter part of November more generally unsettled conditions could develop more widely.

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Sunday 8 Nov - Tuesday 17 Nov

Dry and settled weather continues into the weekend for most, although some rain is likely to push into southern parts by Sunday. There will be a good deal of cloud, but also some brighter interludes, across the whole of the UK, but mainly across the east. Next week will be a mixture of showery rain and dry interludes, with the rain centred over western regions, and it will become very mild. By mid-November occasional short lived unsettled spells remain possible, however the emphasis remains on a good deal of dry weather. Continuing rather mild with little in the way of overnight frost, with temperatures likely to at or above average for this time of year.

Wednesday 18 Nov - Wednesday 2 Dec

Mainly settled weather likely to occur through the second half of November, as a high pressure system looks to dominate. This looks to bring dry weather and mild temperatures. However, some occasional short-lived unsettled spells still remain a possibility. Towards the end of the month and into early December temperatures likely to turn colder, increasing the likelihood of any night frost and wintry precipitation, especially at any northern high ground.

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2 hours ago, Summer Sun said:

Sunday 8 Nov - Tuesday 17 Nov

Dry and settled weather continues into the weekend for most, although some rain is likely to push into southern parts by Sunday. There will be a good deal of cloud, but also some brighter interludes, across the whole of the UK, but mainly across the east. Next week will be a mixture of showery rain and dry interludes, with the rain centred over western regions, and it will become very mild. By mid-November occasional short lived unsettled spells remain possible, however the emphasis remains on a good deal of dry weather. Continuing rather mild with little in the way of overnight frost, with temperatures likely to at or above average for this time of year.

Wednesday 18 Nov - Wednesday 2 Dec

Mainly settled weather likely to occur through the second half of November, as a high pressure system looks to dominate. This looks to bring dry weather and mild temperatures. However, some occasional short-lived unsettled spells still remain a possibility. Towards the end of the month and into early December temperatures likely to turn colder, increasing the likelihood of any night frost and wintry precipitation, especially at any northern high ground.

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I like the sound of that bit☺️

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Monday 9 Nov - Wednesday 18 Nov

Dry and settled weather continues into the weekend for most, although some rain is likely to push into southern parts by Sunday. There will be a good deal of cloud yet also some brighter interludes across the whole of the UK, but mainly across the east. Next week will be a mixture of showery rain and dry interludes, with the rain mostly centred over western regions. Temperatures becoming very mild. By mid-November the occasional short lived unsettled spells remain possible, however, the emphasis remains on a good deal of dry and mild weather. With little in the way of overnight frost, temperatures are likely to be at or above average for this time of year.

Thursday 19 Nov - Thursday 3 Dec

Mainly settled weather likely to occur through the second half of November, as a high pressure system looks to dominate. This looks to bring dry weather and mild temperatures. However, some occasional short-lived unsettled spells still remain a possibility. Towards the end of the month and into early December temperatures likely to turn colder, increasing the likelihood of any night frost and wintry precipitation, especially at any northern high ground.

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Tuesday 10 Nov - Thursday 19 Nov

Dry and settled weather continues into the weekend for most, although some rain is likely to push into southern parts by Sunday. There will be a good deal of cloud yet also some brighter interludes across the whole of the UK, but mainly across the east. Many areas are likely to continue to see fog overnight. Next week will be a mixture of showery rain and dry interludes, with the rain mostly centred over western regions. By mid-November the occasional short-lived unsettled spells remain possible, however, the emphasis remains on a good deal of dry and mild weather. With little in the way of overnight frost, temperatures are likely to be at or above average for this time of year.

Friday 20 Nov - Friday 4 Dec

Mainly settled weather likely to occur through the second half of November, as a high pressure system looks to dominate. This looks to bring dry weather and mild temperatures. However, some occasional short-lived unsettled spells still remain a possibility. Confidence is low but towards the end of the month and into early December, temperatures could turn colder, increasing the likelihood of night frost and wintry precipitation, especially across northern high ground.

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I do so hope that this is not going to be yet another of those dismal winters where the Met Office further outlook is for it perhaps to turn colder eventually, but with the start date for this transition pushed back from late November, to early December, and then so on until finally all we get is a chilly spell in early April. 

 

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Wednesday 11 Nov - Friday 20 Nov

A dry and bright start to the period for many, although some rain is expected to push into western parts by Wednesday. The mild and settled conditions are likely to remain for the rest of the week, but often cloudier, with a continued risk of mist and fog, particularly across eastern parts. Any rain and strong winds are likely to be confined to the western areas. Later in the period, high pressure looks to dominate leaving dry and more settled conditions, however occasional unsettled weather cannot be ruled out completely. Temperatures are likely to be at or above average for this time of year, particularly in any brighter spells where it will feel particularly mild.

Saturday 21 Nov - Saturday 5 Dec

The end of November is likely to be generally settled with high pressure set to dominate. However, occasional unsettled periods do remain possible although likely to be short-lived and mostly affecting further west and north of the UK. Temperatures are probably remaining mild before possibly turning colder than average into December with risks of overnight frosts. The chance of wintery precipitation could also be increasing into December, notably for northern higher ground.

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Thursday 12 Nov - Saturday 21 Nov

A dry and bright start to the period for many, although some rain is expected to push into western parts by Wednesday. The mild and settled conditions are likely to remain for the rest of the week, but often cloudier, with a continued risk of mist and fog, particularly across eastern parts. Any rain and strong winds are likely to be confined to the western areas. Later in the period, high pressure looks to dominate leaving dry and more settled conditions, however occasional unsettled weather cannot be ruled out completely. Temperatures are likely to be at or above average for this time of year, particularly in any brighter spells where it will feel particularly mild.

Sunday 22 Nov - Sunday 6 Dec

The end of November is likely to be generally settled with high pressure set to dominate. However, occasional unsettled periods do remain possible although likely to be short-lived and mostly affecting further west and north of the UK. Temperatures are probably remaining mild before possibly turning colder than average into December with risks of overnight frosts. The chance of wintery precipitation could also be increasing into December, notably for northern higher ground.

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3 hours ago, hamilton and weather fan 1 said:

 

And again? 

It's ok, we have until the end of Feb! 👍

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