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UK Outlook for Friday 8 Nov 2013 to Friday 22 Nov 2013:

 

The mostly unsettled conditions are expected to continue for much of this period, with a trend for rainfall amounts to be slightly above average in the north and west but nearer to average in the south and east. Temperatures during this period are more likely to be near, or perhaps, a little above average throughout, leading to a lower risk of frost than can usually be expected at this time of year. There are some indications that towards the end of the period, slightly drier and more settled conditions further south would bring an increased risk of overnight frost, with fog which may be slow to clear at times.

 

Updated: 1258 on Thu 24 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 30 Oct 2013 to Friday 8 Nov 2013:

 

It will be a dry and rather cold start to Wednesday, with a touch of frost across many eastern and southern parts as the winds ease. However, rain and strengthening winds will push in from the west through the day. This will herald the change back to unsettled conditions which will prevail thereafter. Showers or longer outbreaks of rain, locally heavy, will affect many areas, especially the north and west, with strong winds and gales also likely in the west at times. The best drier and brighter interludes will be across southeastern parts, but this may allow occasional fog overnight. After a rather cold start to the period, the milder conditions are likely to return to most areas, although northwestern areas will see some incursions of colder air at times.

 

Updated: 1146 on Fri 25 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Saturday 9 Nov 2013 to Saturday 23 Nov 2013:

 

The mostly unsettled conditions are expected to continue for much of this period, with a trend for rainfall amounts to be slightly above average in the north and west but nearer to average in the south and east. Temperatures during this period are more likely to be near, or perhaps, a little above average throughout, leading to a lower risk of frost than can usually be expected at this time of year. There are some indications that towards the end of the period, slightly drier and more settled conditions further south would bring an increased risk of overnight frost, with fog which may be slow to clear at times.

 

Updated: 1237 on Fri 25 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Thursday 31 Oct 2013 to Saturday 9 Nov 2013:

The end of the week looks unsettled with showers or longer spells of rain, and generally windy. There is a threat of gales inland for some, and potentially a very wet and windy spell during the weekend. Into next week, it is likely to remain unsettled and often windy, with the risk of gales in the north and west. Also some heavy rain likely at times and a risk of showers over the northern mountains turning wintry. Day time temperatures look set to remain around or just above average for the time of year throughout this whole period, however this will be tempered by the wind and unsettled feel to the weather. Remaining largely mild by night with a lower incidence of frost than usual for the time of year.

Updated: 1114 on Sat 26 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Sunday 10 Nov 2013 to Sunday 24 Nov 2013:

The mostly unsettled conditions are expected to continue for much of this period, with a trend for rainfall amounts to be slightly above average in the north and west but nearer to average in the south and east. Temperatures during this period are more likely to be near, or perhaps above average throughout, leading to a lower risk of frost than can usually be expected at this time of year.

Updated: 1239 on Sat 26 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Friday 1 Nov 2013 to Sunday 10 Nov 2013:

The end of this week looks unsettled with showers or longer spells of rain, and generally windy. There is a threat of gales inland for some, and potentially a very wet and windy spell into next weekend and the following week. Remaining unsettled thereafter and often windy, with the risk of gales in the north and west. Showers in the Scottish mountains turning wintry. Daytime temperatures look set to remain around or just above average for early November throughout this whole period, however this will be tempered by the wind and unsettled feel to the weather. Remaining largely mild by night with a lower incidence of frost than usual for the time of year. There are indications that southern or southeastern areas will turn less unsettled later.

Updated: 1102 on Sun 27 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Monday 11 Nov 2013 to Monday 25 Nov 2013:

The mostly unsettled conditions are expected to continue for much of this period, with a trend for rainfall amounts to be slightly above average in the north and west but nearer to average in the south and east. Temperatures during this period are more likely to be near, or perhaps above average throughout, leading to a lower risk of frost than can usually be expected at this time of year.

Updated: 1144 on Sun 27 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Saturday 2 Nov 2013 to Monday 11 Nov 2013:

 

Stay unsettled this weekend with showers or longer spells of rain sweeping northwards, with heavy and squally showers following. Remaining windy with a risk of gales and a chance of severe gales on some coasts. Unsettled and often windy weather persisting thereafter, with the risk of gales continuing in the north and west. Showers over Scottish mountains may then turn wintry at times. Perhaps also turning a little colder than of late early next week. Otherwise, temperatures generally staying around average for early November. This will, of course, be tempered by the wind and unsettled feel to the weather and therefore there is expected to be less frost than is normal for early November. Later in the period, there are indications that southern or southeastern areas may turn less unsettled.

 

Updated: 1159 on Mon 28 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 12 Nov 2013 to Tuesday 26 Nov 2013:

 

Early November's mostly unsettled conditions are thought likely to persist across northern and western regions. As such rainfall amounts here are more likely than not to be above average and conditions may also be quite windy at times. Further south and east rainfall accumulations are considered likely to be nearer average, implying slightly more changeable conditions with drier, brighter periods interspersed with more unsettled bouts of weather. Taking the country as a whole, temperatures during this period are more likely than not to be near, or perhaps above average throughout, leading to a lower risk of overnight frost than can usually be expected at this time of year.

 

Updated: 1201 on Mon 28 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 13 Nov 2013 to Wednesday 27 Nov 2013:

 

Early November's mostly unsettled conditions are thought likely to persist across northern and western regions. As such, rainfall amounts here are more likely than not to be above average and conditions may also be quite windy at times. Further south and east, rainfall accumulations are considered likely to be nearer average, implying slightly more changeable conditions with drier, brighter periods interspersed with more unsettled bouts of weather. Taking the country as a whole, temperatures during this period are more likely than not to be near, or perhaps above average throughout, leading to a lower risk of overnight frost than can usually be expected at this time of year.

Updated: 1159 on Tue 29 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Sunday 3 Nov 2013 to Tuesday 12 Nov 2013:

Rain, locally heavy, across southern areas will clear east on Monday with most parts then seeing strong to gale force winds and squally showers. Drier and brighter at first on Tuesday with lighter winds before more wind and rain reaches western areas later in the day, spreading east. Temperatures will generally be near normal. Largely unsettled conditions look set to dominate the weather thereafter with showers or longer spells of rain, locally heavy, particularly in the west. It will stay windy in many areas, especially in the northwest. There will, however, be some drier and brighter interludes with the best of these in the south. Towards the end of the period, these more settled conditions may last longer in the south resulting in more overnight fog here.

Updated: 1214 on Tue 29 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Monday 4 Nov 2013 to Wednesday 13 Nov 2013:

Rain, locally heavy, in the south will clear east on Monday, sunny spells and showers elsewhere, perhaps wintry over northern hills. Drier and brighter at first in the east on Tuesday, before cloud and rain spread from the west. Daytime temperatures generally near normal, but some chilly nights. Largely unsettled conditions thereafter with showers or longer spells of rain, locally heavy, particularly in the west and northwest, where it will also be windy at times. There will, however, be some drier and brighter interludes, with the best of these in the south and east. Temperatures recovering with milder nights and temperatures a little above average by day. Later in the period, these more settled conditions may last longer in the south resulting in chilly nights here, with more overnight fog.

Updated: 1149 on Wed 30 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Thursday 14 Nov 2013 to Thursday 28 Nov 2013:

Early November's mostly unsettled conditions across northern and western regions are thought likely to persist through much of the rest of the month. As such, rainfall amounts here are more likely than not to be above average and conditions may also be quite windy at times. Further south and east, rainfall accumulations are considered likely to be nearer average, implying slightly more settled conditions with drier, brighter periods interspersed with occasional bouts of unsettled weather. Drier periods here may, however, be accompanied by overnight and morning fog patches. Taking the country as a whole, temperatures during this period are more likely than not to be near, or perhaps above average throughout, leading to a lower risk of overnight frost than can usually be expected at this time of year.

Updated: 1150 on Wed 30 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 5 Nov 2013 to Thursday 14 Nov 2013:

Cloud and rain expected to quickly spread eastwards across the UK on Tuesday, the heaviest rain in the northwest, where gales are likely. On Wednesday, further cloud and rain in the northwest, with occasional rain but also some drier, brighter interludes towards the south and east. Turning milder, especially in the south and east. Largely unsettled conditions thereafter with showers or longer spells of rain, locally heavy, particularly in the northwest, where it will also be windy at times. There will, however, be some drier and brighter interludes, the best of these in the south and east. Remaining generally mild for the time of year. Later in the period, these more settled conditions may last longer in the south resulting in chilly nights here, with more overnight fog.

Updated: 1115 on Thu 31 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Friday 15 Nov 2013 to Friday 29 Nov 2013:

Early November's mostly unsettled conditions across northern and western regions are thought likely to persist through much of the rest of the month. As such, rainfall amounts here are more likely than not to be above average and conditions may also be quite windy at times. Further south and east, rainfall accumulations are considered likely to be nearer average, implying slightly more settled conditions with drier, brighter periods interspersed with occasional bouts of unsettled weather. Drier periods here may, however, be accompanied by overnight and morning fog patches. Taking the country as a whole, temperatures during this period are more likely than not to be near, or perhaps above average throughout, leading to a lower risk of overnight frost than can usually be expected at this time of year.

Updated: 1133 on Thu 31 Oct 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 6 Nov 2013 to Friday 15 Nov 2013:

After a chilly, frosty start, scattered blustery showers for most on Wednesday, but outbreaks of rain are expected over southern parts of the country. Rain should clear to leave another showers day on Thursday with bright spells and strong winds. It is likely to stay largely unsettled thereafter with showers or longer spells of rain, locally heavy, particularly in the northwest, where it will also be windy at times. There will, however, be some drier and brighter interludes, the best of these in the south and east, and it should remain generally mild for the time of year. Later in the period, generally more settled conditions are possible in the south, giving mild days but chilly nights with overnight fog. Northern areas are likely to stay on the unsettled side.

Updated: 1211 on Fri 1 Nov 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Saturday 16 Nov 2013 to Saturday 30 Nov 2013:

Early November's mostly unsettled conditions across northern and western regions are thought likely to persist through much of the rest of the month. As such, rainfall amounts here are more likely than not to be above average and it may also be windy at times. Further south and east, rainfall accumulations are considered likely to be nearer average, implying slightly more settled conditions with drier, brighter periods interspersed with occasional bouts of unsettled weather. Drier periods here may, however, be accompanied by overnight and morning fog patches. Taking the country as a whole, temperatures during this period are more likely than not to be near, or perhaps slightly above average throughout, leading to a lower risk of overnight frost than can usually be expected at this time of year.

Updated: 1212 on Fri 1 Nov 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Thursday 7 Nov 2013 to Saturday 16 Nov 2013:

 

Rain will soon clear to the east on Thursday leaving clearer but showery weather for most of the UK. These conditions will last into Friday with some heavy showers to the northwest of the country, but more persistent rain is possible across western areas later. It is likely to stay largely unsettled thereafter with showers or longer spells of rain, locally heavy, particularly in the northwest, where it will also be windy at times. Showers may turn wintry over the hills and mountains in Scotland. There should be some drier and brighter interludes, the best of these in the south and east, where it will remain generally mild by day for November. However, later in the period, chilly nights here could lead to overnight fog patches persisting into the mornings.

 

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UK Outlook for Sunday 17 Nov 2013 to Sunday 1 Dec 2013:

 

Early November's mostly unsettled conditions across northern and western regions are thought likely to persist through much of the rest of the month. As such, rainfall amounts here are more likely than not to be above average and it may also be windy at times. Further south and east, rainfall accumulations are considered likely to be nearer average, implying slightly more settled conditions with drier, brighter periods interspersed with occasional bouts of unsettled weather. Drier periods here may, however, be accompanied by overnight and morning fog patches. Taking the country as a whole, temperatures during this period are more likely than not to be near, or perhaps slightly above average throughout, leading to a lower risk of overnight frost than can usually be expected at this time of year.

 

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UK Outlook for Friday 8 Nov 2013 to Sunday 17 Nov 2013:

Unsettled, windy and showery for most of the UK on Friday with some heavy showers, especially in the northwest where they could be wintry over high ground. More persistent rain may affect southern and western areas later, perhaps spreading to remaining parts of Britain on Saturday. It is likely to stay largely unsettled and breezy thereafter with showers or longer spells of rain, locally heavy, particularly in the northwest, where it will also be windy at times. Showers may turn wintry over the hills and mountains in Scotland. There should be some drier and brighter interludes, the best of these in the south and east, where it will remain generally mild by day for November. However, later in the period, chilly nights here could lead to overnight fog patches.

Updated: 1149 on Sun 3 Nov 2013

 

 

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UK Outlook for Monday 18 Nov 2013 to Monday 2 Dec 2013:

Early November's mostly unsettled conditions across northern and western regions are thought likely to persist through much of the rest of the month. As such, rainfall amounts here are more likely than not to be above average and it may also be windy at times. Further south and east, rainfall accumulations are considered likely to be nearer average, implying slightly more settled conditions with drier, brighter periods interspersed with occasional bouts of unsettled weather. Drier periods here may, however, be accompanied by overnight and morning fog patches. Taking the country as a whole, temperatures during this period are more likely than not to be near, or perhaps slightly above average throughout, leading to a lower risk of overnight frost than can usually be expected at this time of year.

Updated: 1144 on Sun 3 Nov 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Saturday 9 Nov 2013 to Monday 18 Nov 2013:

Remaining unsettled and breezy on Saturday with further blustery showers, and sunny spells. These showers will be heaviest and most frequent in the north and west, and locally wintry over the high ground of the north. However a spell of persistent rain and strong winds could also move across the south. Staying largely unsettled and breezy thereafter with showers or longer spells of rain, locally heavy, particularly in the northwest. It will also be windy at times here and feeling cold, with showers again possibly wintry over hills. The best of brighter and drier spells will be in south and east however, where it will remain generally mild by day for November. However when winds ease overnight, it could become quite chilly here leading to frost and fog patches.

Updated: 1129 on Mon 4 Nov 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 19 Nov 2013 to Tuesday 3 Dec 2013:

Early November's mostly unsettled conditions across northern and western regions are expected to persist through much of the rest of the month. As such, rainfall amounts here are more likely than not to be above average and it could also be windy at times. Further south and east, rainfall accumulations are considered likely to be nearer average, implying slightly more settled conditions with drier, brighter periods interspersed with occasional bouts of unsettled weather. Drier periods here may, however, be accompanied by overnight and morning fog patches. Taking the country as a whole, temperatures during this period are more likely than not to be near, or perhaps slightly above average throughout, leading to a lower risk of overnight frost than can usually be expected at this time of year.

Updated: 1133 on Mon 4 Nov 2013

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UK Outlook for Sunday 10 Nov 2013 to Tuesday 19 Nov 2013:

Rain in southeast England quickly clearing on Sunday morning, with dry and bright weather developing through the day for most. Later, persistent and at times heavy rain, accompanied by strong winds, will move into the northwest. Overnight into Monday this rain will move south across the UK, heavy at times in the northwest, but becoming lighter and patchier in the southeast. Showers following to the north and west. Towards the middle of the week, more settled conditions will start to build in the south, with showers and strong winds continuing in the north. Temperatures near normal by day, but becoming colder overnight in the south with light winds, leading to local frost and fog patches. Thereafter, more unsettled conditions are likely to return, with further spells of rain or showers.

Updated: 1213 on Tue 5 Nov 2013

 

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