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UK Outlook for Monday 7 Feb 2011 to Wednesday 16 Feb 2011:

Generally unsettled on Monday with rain in places across England and Wales and snow on hills, perhaps reaching lower levels in heavy bursts. Rain and snow may spread to Scotland for a time. Generally mild in the south, although rather cold further north where it will often be brighter with scattered wintry showers. Windy at times with gales in places. It looks like it will continue unsettled in the north and west through the rest of the period with showers or longer periods of rain at times, and perhaps with gales or severe gales at times. Rather cold at times in the north and west, with showers turning wintry, particularly over high ground. The south and southeast tending to be drier, although occasional rain is possible, with near normal temperatures.

Updated: 1219 on Wed 2 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 8 Feb 2011 to Thursday 17 Feb 2011:

It will continue to be mostly unsettled, especially in the north and west through the rest of the period with showers or longer periods of rain, which may be heavy at times. It will be windy generally, perhaps with gales or severe gales in the northwest at times. Showers may turn wintry in the north and west, particularly over high ground and there is a risk over overnight frost in any clearer spells. The east and southeast will tend to be drier, although occasional rain is likely and it may be windy at times. Near normal or locally mild temperatures are likely in the south, although it may turn colder from next weekend, with a chance of overnight frost here.

Updated: 1158 on Thu 3 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 9 Feb 2011 to Friday 18 Feb 2011:

It will initially be unsettled in the north and west of the U.K., with showers or longer periods of rain, and which may be heavy at times. This rain will occasionally extend into the south and east but with amounts here likely to be small. It will be on the mild side and also rather windy at times in the north and west of the U.K., with central and eastern parts more likely to become colder. A gradual trend to more generally dry, settled and increasingly colder conditions generally looks likely through the following week, and also with an increasing risk of snow showers, but with these affecting mainly eastern coastal areas of the U.K.

Updated: 1253 on Fri 4 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Thursday 10 Feb 2011 to Saturday 19 Feb 2011:

It will initially be unsettled in Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England with showers or longer periods of rain, some of which will be heavy at times. This rain will occasionally extend into the rest of England and Wales but with amounts here are likely to be smaller. It will be on the mild side and also rather windy at times in the north and west of the U.K. with a risk of gales. Eastern parts of England and Scotland are more likely to become colder later in the period and there is a risk that air from the east may encroach bringing with it some snow showers and very cold easterly winds. Elsewhere it will should stay generally unsettled with rain at times and temperatures near normal.

Updated: 1205 on Sat 5 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Friday 11 Feb 2011 to Sunday 20 Feb 2011:

It will initially be unsettled, particularly across western parts of the UK with showers or longer periods of rain, some of which will be heavy at times. This rain will occasionally extend further east but amounts here are likely to be smaller. It will be on the mild side at first and also rather windy at times in the north and west of the UK with a risk of gales. There is then an increasing trend for it to turn generally colder through next week, with a risk of some snow, particularly over higher ground and perhaps to lower levels in the north and east. There is also a lower risk of it turning very cold in eastern parts, with a chance of some significant snowfalls.

Updated: 1152 on Sun 6 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Saturday 12 Feb 2011 to Monday 21 Feb 2011:

Generally unsettled over the weekend and to start next week, with bands of rain slowly pushing northeastwards across the country. Most of the rain will be in the west, where it will occasionally be heavy and prolonged at first, with drier conditions further east. Despite temperatures of around average or just above in the south, it will feel colder in the often strong winds, especially in the north and west of the UK, where there is a risk of gales. Remaining mainly dry in the east through the remainder of the period, with winds becoming east or southeasterly, giving a significant wind chill. Further west it is likely to remain more unsettled and less cold.

Updated: 1200 on Mon 7 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Sunday 13 Feb 2011 to Tuesday 22 Feb 2011:

Throughout this period, the weather should stay generally unsettled for much of the UK. Bands of rain will slowly push eastwards across the country, with some snow likely at times in the north, mainly over hills. The heaviest and most persistent of the rain is likely to stay in the west, with drier conditions at times, particularly further east. Winds will occasionally be strong, particularly in the west of the UK, with a risk of gales at times. Temperatures should be around average or just above average initially, but it will be rather cold at times, accentuated by the wind and rain. There is also a small risk of the weather turning much colder later in the period.

Updated: 1157 on Tue 8 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Monday 14 Feb 2011 to Wednesday 23 Feb 2011:

There will be some dry spells of weather across the UK through this period, but bands of rain, accompanied by strong southeasterly winds, with a chance of gales in the far north, will move northeastwards at times, the rain turning to sleet and snow over hills and to lower levels across some northern and eastern areas. The heaviest and most persistent rain is likely in the west, particularly the southwest, with eastern areas tending to be drier. Temperatures will be near or below average, but cold at times, particularly in the north and east. Frost and freezing fog patches are likely where skies clear at night, with a risk of any wet surfaces turning icy.

Updated: 1212 on Wed 9 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 15 Feb 2011 to Thursday 24 Feb 2011:

It is likely to be a cold but settled start across much of the UK, with sunny spells by day and frost forming widely overnight along with some freezing fog patches. There is also a risk of wintry showers for eastern parts and perhaps cloudier conditions with some rain in the far southwest. There is then an increasing trend towards western parts turning milder and unsettled, with strong winds at times and outbreaks of rain. This rain turning to snow over hills, particularly early on. Eastern parts are most likely to remain cold and dry, with a continuing risk of frost and fog overnight. However, unsettled conditions may spread from the west at times, bringing a possibility of snow for low levels in the northeast.

Updated: 1142 on Thu 10 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Friday 18 Feb 2011 to Sunday 27 Feb 2011:

It will stay cold in the northeast of the United Kingdom, but mild and wet weather in the south and west of Britain should very slowly make some progress eastwards. Weather fronts will try to push northeastwards across the UK next weekend, with southwestern parts most likely to be mild and wet. Further north and east there is an increasing risk of precipitation turning wintry as it encounters the colder air, particularly on high ground, with significant snowfall possible on the Scottish mountains. During the following week, the mild and wet weather to the southwest should very gradually win the battle with many parts of the UK eventually joining the south and west in seeing near or slightly above average temperatures, with bands of rain followed by sunshine and showers.

Updated: 1141 on Sun 13 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Saturday 19 Feb 2011 to Monday 28 Feb 2011:

A generally cloudy and quite windy weekend is expected, with outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow at times. It will be rather cold in the northeast, with snow most likely here, giving a risk of some large accumulations, mainly over high ground. Outbreaks of rain are most likely further south and west, where temperatures are expected to be less cold, although with hill snow still affecting some central areas. Temperatures should become near normal generally, and mild in some southern parts, early next week, with snow becoming confined to Scottish mountains. It will remain largely unsettled though, with showers or longer spells of rain at times throughout the period, but also some drier and brighter spells.

Updated: 1144 on Mon 14 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Sunday 20 Feb 2011 to Tuesday 1 Mar 2011:

Generally cloudy and windy on Sunday and into the start of next week, with showers or longer spells of rain, although some brighter spells too. It may be rather cold in the far northeast at first, with sleet or snow possible here, mainly over high ground. Temperatures should be near normal generally, becoming mild in some southern parts early next week. Beyond this it will remain unsettled in the northwest, with showers or longer spells of rain at times, although some drier brighter spells too, giving a chance of overnight frost. In the northeast there is a chance of colder weather with wintry showers. In the south and east it will tend to turn drier with time, but with a chance of some colder conditions and night frost here too.

Updated: 1204 on Tue 15 Feb

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 22 Feb 2011 to Thursday 3 Mar 2011:

Generally unsettled and windy at times through much of next week with showers or longer spells of rain, although some brighter spells are likely too, particularly towards the southeast. It will probably be rather cold in the far northeast at times, with sleet or snow possible, mainly falling over high ground. Elsewhere, temperatures should be near-normal to mild. Later in the week, drier, brighter and somewhat colder conditions appear increasingly likely across the south and the east, with more night frosts. However, there is a small risk of much colder conditions developing in the east. From the last weekend of February and beyond, dry weather looks more likely to dominate, although it may be more unsettled at times in the northwest. By this stage, temperatures are very uncertain.

Updated: 1157 on Thu 17 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 23 Feb 2011 to Friday 4 Mar 2011:

Generally unsettled and rather cloudy for for the end of the week, with outbreaks of rain in many areas, particularly heavy in the west. Also windy with a risk of gales, mainly in the north. Friday may see some drier weather in the east. Temperatures near or above normal. The weather at the weekend is likely to stay unsettled in the west, interspersed occasionally with drier brighter spells. Southern and eastern areas will tend to have longer drier spells, but still see some rain at times. Some risk of frost at night, but generally temperatures remain at or above average. The following week is likely to see a split, with unsettled wet and windy conditions in the northwest, but drier further south. Generally average temperatures, but possibly cooler in south.

Updated: 1116 on Fri 18 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Thursday 24 Feb 2011 to Saturday 5 Mar 2011:

Generally unsettled and rather cloudy for for the end of the week, with outbreaks of rain in many areas, particularly heavy in the west. Also windy with a risk of gales, possibly severe in the northwest. The southeast may be a little drier. Temperatures generally above normal. The weekend's weather is likely to stay wet in the west, with some hill snow in the north. Southern and eastern areas will tend to have longer drier spells, but still see some rain at first. Some risk of frost at night, but generally temperatures average or, in the south, above average. The following week is likely to see a split, with unsettled wet and windy conditions in the northwest, but drier further south. Generally average temperatures, but possibly cooler in south.

Updated: 1145 on Sat 19 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Friday 25 Feb 2011 to Sunday 6 Mar 2011:

Friday will be mild and unsettled with a strong southwesterly flow, perhaps with occasional gales in the north and west. A band of rain will spread southwards across the UK with some heavy rain in the north and west. Snow showers will spread into the north later on Friday and through Saturday. Saturday will be brighter and breezy, perhaps windy in the north, with scattered showers, these likely to be wintry over northern hills. Through the following week and weekend it looks as though a westerly or northwesterly flow will develop with cold conditions at times in the north with some wintry showers. Overnight frosts may form further south at times as well. Some milder air may spread in for a time with bands of rain later in the week.

Updated: 1157 on Sun 20 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Saturday 26 Feb 2011 to Monday 7 Mar 2011:

On Saturday 26th there is a risk of some prolonged and possibly heavy rainfall for the southern half of the UK, but clearer weather, albeit with a few showers, is likely to spread from the northwest to all parts. Showers will fall as snow over hills. From Sunday 27th onwards, relatively settled and mainly dry weather is expected across the UK, with the best of the brightness over southern parts. Temperatures should be around average or slightly below with night time fog and frost likely where skies are clear. Later in the period there is an increasing likelihood of more changeable conditions spreading to northern parts of the UK, lifting temperatures to above average levels here.

Updated: 1157 on Mon 21 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Sunday 27 Feb 2011 to Tuesday 8 Mar 2011:

Sunny spells and showers at first this Sunday, with a risk of snow on Scottish mountains and a risk of more persistent rain for a time in the south. It will tend to become drier later on Sunday, with clear spells giving a cold night with frost. More unsettled conditions, with showers and longer spells of rain are expected to affect northern and western areas from the early part of next week onwards, through the rest of the period. Here conditions will be windy at times with a risk of gales in exposed areas, and showers will be wintry over high ground. Further south and east, it will remain generally more settled and often dry with overnight frost and fog and temperatures largely near or just below normal.

Updated: 1208 on Tue 22 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Monday 28 Feb 2011 to Wednesday 9 Mar 2011:

Unsettled conditions, with showers and longer spells of rain are expected to affect northern and western areas through the first part of the week. Here it will be windy at times with a risk of gales in exposed areas. Further south and east, it will remain generally more settled and often dry with a chance of overnight frost and fog. Daytime temperatures should be largely near or just above normal. Towards the end of the week, a colder spell is expected across all areas, with northerly winds giving a risk of snow showers in the north and east. It should turn milder again over next weekend, with unsettled weather returning to the north and west, and dry and bright conditions for much of the time in the south and east.

Updated: 1125 on Wed 23 Feb 2011

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

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 1 Mar 2011 to Thursday 10 Mar 2011:

A largely settled start to the new month, mainly dry, with temperatures around normal, and a chance of some cloud and light rain moving southwards during Wednesday. Overnight frost and fog patches are likely under clear spells. Turning colder towards the end of the first week with north or northeasterly winds developing, but remaining mostly under high pressure giving mainly settled, but often cloudy conditions. This may, however, introduce a risk of wintry showers in the north and east. The best of the sunshine is expected towards the west of the UK. Becoming a little more unsettled into the following week, particularly in northwest, with perhaps still an easterly influence across the south, but becoming mostly dry here. Temperatures becoming normal in the north, but below normal in the south.

Updated: 1123 on Thu 24 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 2 Mar 2011 to Friday 11 Mar 2011:

A cooler outlook, with some cloud and rain moving southwards during Wednesday and Thursday, then turning drier, colder and windier across northern and eastern parts of the UK, with fairly cloudy conditions and a chance of showers, perhaps turning wintry at times. Meanwhile, remaining cold, but drier, brighter and less windy further south and west. Overnight frost and fog patches are likely under clear spells for many with temperatures below normal for the time of year. High pressure should build during the weekend and into the new week, becoming drier for many and staying bright, but remaining chilly with overnight frost continuing. Later into the following week, the weather may start to turn more unsettled in the northwest, with some wind and rain here, and temperatures generally returning to normal.

Updated: 1106 on Fri 25 Feb 2011

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

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UK Outlook for Friday 4 Mar 2011 to Sunday 13 Mar 2011:

A cool and generally settled start to the outlook across much of the UK, with variable amounts of cloud but also some bright or sunny periods, the best of these often in western areas. Under the influence of high pressure, many places will be essentially dry throughout, although a few light wintry showers are possible in eastern and northeastern regions, chiefly near the coast. Overnight frost and fog patches are likely under clear spells with temperatures generally below normal for the time of year and cold in the south at first. Towards the second weekend, the weather may start to turn more unsettled in the northwest, with an increasing likelihood of wind and rain here and temperatures returning to near normal.

Updated: 1140 on Sun 27 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Saturday 5 Mar 2011 to Monday 14 Mar 2011:

On the first weekend many areas should have dry weather with a little sunshine at times. The east coast may have a little rain for a time on Saturday, as might the far north on Sunday. Winds mostly light but moderate to strong for a time in the far northeast and later northwest. Temperatures generally a little below normal, with patchy frost under night time cloud breaks. The following week will begin mainly dry with some sunny spells in places, but rain and stronger winds are likely to affect the northwest by midweek. Temperatures slightly above normal in the north but a little below in the south. The rest of the period should see unsettled weather with average temperatures for all areas but the south may escape.

Updated: 1151 on Mon 28 Feb 2011

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UK Outlook for Sunday 6 Mar 2011 to Tuesday 15 Mar 2011:

It looks likely to be a rather settled, if quite cloudy start. Most places should stay dry however, although the odd spot of light rain or drizzle cannot be ruled out. Temperatures will be generally a little below normal, with a risk of frost under any night time cloud breaks. From the middle of the first week it looks likely that it will turn unsettled and milder across northern parts of the UK, with outbreaks of occasionally heavy rain and strong, perhaps gale-force winds at times. However towards the south it is likely to remain somewhat drier but rather cold with often large amounts of cloud and the risk of overnight frost continuing wherever there are clear skies.

Updated: 1141 on Tue 1 Mar 2011

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UK Outlook for Monday 7 Mar 2011 to Wednesday 16 Mar 2011:

A rather settled, although quite cloudy spell is likely at first. Most places should stay dry, although the odd spot of light rain or drizzle cannot be ruled out, perhaps turning more persistent at times in northern Scotland. Temperatures will be generally a little below normal, with a risk of frost and fog patches under any night time cloud breaks. From the middle of the first week it looks likely that it will turn more unsettled and milder across northern parts of the UK, with outbreaks of occasionally heavy rain and strong, perhaps gale-force winds at times. However, southern areas are likely to see drier, colder periods, with the risk of overnight frost continuing wherever there are clear skies.

Updated: 1153 on Wed 2 Mar 2011

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

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