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    UK Outlook for Thursday 5 Dec 2013 to Saturday 14 Dec 2013:

    A band of rain will spread southwards during Thursday, giving snow over high ground in Scotland and northern England. Clearer, colder and windy conditions will follow from the northwest with showers, these falling as snow from northern England northwards. Showers may turn wintry in the south later on Thursday and during Friday but the south and southwest should see the driest weather. Temperatures are likely to be below normal and feel colder still in the wind. Little change is expected during the weekend, with unsettled and cold weather continuing, and snow for northern Britain in particular. Thereafter, milder conditions are likely to spread from the west across much of the UK, with some more settled weather over the south.

    Updated: 1155 on Sat 30 Nov 2013

     

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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

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    UK Outlook for Sunday 15 Dec 2013 to Sunday 29 Dec 2013:

    There are signs that the period will start generally settled, especially in southern Britain, with temperatures near average for the time of year. However, there are indications that later in December a change to more unsettled weather may develop, particularly towards the north and northwest of the UK. This would mean that the best of any drier and brighter conditions would be further south and southeast. Temperatures look to remain around normal.

    Updated: 1155 on Sat 30 Nov 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Friday 6 Dec 2013 to Sunday 15 Dec 2013:

    Very cold, with a mixture of sunny spells and snow showers on Friday and through much of the weekend, leading to snow accumulations in places, especially northern Scotland and some exposed areas close to western and eastern coasts. Gale force winds in the north and east for a time, with blizzards on hills. Many southern and central inland areas largely sunny but with widespread night frost. Late in the weekend, but more especially into next week, cloudier, milder conditions are likely to filter slowly from the northwest, although many southeastern areas may remain cold with some clear spells. Thereafter, a northwest/southeast divide becomes established, with the more unsettled but often milder weather tending to be in the northwest, and the best of the drier weather towards the south and east.

    Updated: 1231 on Sun 1 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Monday 16 Dec 2013 to Monday 30 Dec 2013:

    There are signs that the period will start generally settled, especially in southern Britain, with temperatures near average for the time of year. However, there are indications that later in December a change to more unsettled weather may develop, particularly towards the north and northwest of the UK. This would mean that the best of any drier and brighter conditions would be further south and southeast. Temperatures look to remain around normal.

    Updated: 1232 on Sun 1 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Wednesday 18 Dec 2013 to Wednesday 1 Jan 2014:

    Generally unsettled, particularly towards the north and northwest of the UK, with the best of any drier and brighter conditions further south and southeast. Temperatures look to be around normal, although there is the potential for colder than average temperatures across the south and east during the start of the period.

    Updated: 1156 on Tue 3 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Sunday 8 Dec 2013 to Tuesday 17 Dec 2013:

    Occasional rain and strong winds will affect northwestern parts on Sunday and Monday with a marked thaw of lying snow across the hills. Further southeast, it will be drier and mainly fine with sunny spells, however overnight fog and frost patches are likely. By midweek, the cloudier and milder conditions across the northwest are likely to filter slowly southeast. However, many southeastern areas may remain cold with clear spells, and some patchy overnight fog. Thereafter, the northwest/southeast divide is likely to continue, with the more unsettled but often milder weather tending to be in the northwest, and the best of the drier and brighter weather towards the south and east. However, there is the potential for colder conditions to spread in from the southeast towards the end of the period.

    Updated: 1159 on Tue 3 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Wednesday 18 Dec 2013 to Wednesday 1 Jan 2014:

    Remaining rather unsettled towards the north and northwest of the UK, with the best of any drier and brighter conditions more towards the south and southeast. Temperatures look to be around normal across the UK for much of the period, although there is the potential for colder than average temperatures across the south and east at times

    Updated: 1140 on Wed 4 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Sunday 8 Dec 2013 to Tuesday 17 Dec 2013:

    Occasional rain and strong winds will affect northwestern parts on Monday with a thaw of any remaing snow on the hills. Further southeast, it will be drier and mainly fine with sunny spells, however overnight fog and frost patches are likely. By midweek, the cloudier and milder conditions across the northwest are likely to filter slowly southeast. However, many southeastern areas may remain cold with clear spells, and some patchy overnight fog. Thereafter, the northwest/southeast divide is likely to continue, with the more unsettled but often milder weather tending to be in the northwest, and the best of the drier and brighter weather towards the south and east. However, there is a relatively low risk of colder conditions to spread in from the southeast towards the end of the period.

    Updated: 1129 on Wed 4 Dec 2013

     

     

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    UK Outlook for Wednesday 11 Dec 2013 to Friday 20 Dec 2013:

    It will be mostly cloudy in the northwest on Wednesday and Thursday with rain, locally heavy, accompanied by strong winds. Further to the south and east, it will be mainly dry with sunny spells and lighter winds. It will be fairly mild in the north and west but colder elsewhere with a threat of overnight frost and persistent fog patches, particularly in the southeast. The northwest and southeast split is likely to continue thereafter with only a low risk that more unsettled conditions could spread further southeastwards for a time. Temperatures will remain a little below normal in the southeast of the country and it may be cold in areas where fog persists throughout the day.

    Updated: 1208 on Fri 6 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Saturday 21 Dec 2013 to Saturday 4 Jan 2014:

    Remaining rather unsettled towards the north and northwest of the UK, with drier and brighter conditions towards the south and southeast. However, the incursion of more changeable conditions across southern and eastern parts is possible at times. Temperatures probably staying around or just below normal across the UK generally, although it could turn milder than average across the northwest. There is, however, a low risk of colder conditions affecting southern and southeastern areas with an increased risk of frost and fog.

    Updated: 1208 on Fri 6 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Thursday 12 Dec 2013 to Saturday 21 Dec 2013:  

    It will be mostly cloudy in the northwest of the UK on Thursday and Friday with rain, locally heavy, accompanied by strong winds and gales. Further to the south and east, it will be mainly dry with bright spells and lighter winds. It will be mild in the north and west but temperatures are likely to be nearer normal elsewhere with a threat of overnight frost and persistent fog patches, particularly in the southeast. A similar pattern of weather is likely to continue during the following weekend but there is an increasing risk that unsettled conditions could spread further southeastwards. Thereafter there are signs of unsettled weather affecting more of the UK. However, the southeast may stay dry, and on the cold side, especially where fog persists throughout the day.

    Updated: 1157 on Sat 7 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Sunday 22 Dec 2013 to Sunday 5 Jan 2014:

    Remaining rather unsettled, especially towards the north and northwest of the UK, with the best of any drier and brighter conditions towards the south and southeast. However, the incursion of more changeable conditions across southern and eastern parts is possible. Temperatures probably staying around or just below normal across the UK generally, although it could turn milder than average across the northwest. There is, however, a low risk of colder conditions affecting southern and southeastern areas with an increased risk of frost and fog.

    Updated: 1156 on Sat 7 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Monday 23 Dec 2013 to Monday 6 Jan 2014:

    Remaining rather unsettled, especially towards the north and northwest of the UK, with the best of any drier and brighter conditions towards the south and southeast. However, the incursion of more changeable conditions across southern and eastern parts is possible. Temperatures probably staying around or just below normal across the UK generally, although it could turn milder than average across the northwest. There is, however, a low risk of colder conditions affecting southern areas with an increased risk of frost and fog.

    Updated: 1135 on Sun 8 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Friday 13 Dec 2013 to Sunday 22 Dec 2013:

    It will be mostly cloudy in the northwest of the UK at first with rain, locally heavy, accompanied by strong winds and gales. This will help maintain the mild feel, with temperatures above average. Elsewhere, and more especially towards the south and east, it will be mainly dry with bright spells and lighter winds. Clear spells and lower overnight temperatures here will bring a risk of frost and persistent fog patches. A similar pattern of weather is likely to continue into the start of the following week but there is an increasing risk that unsettled conditions could spread further southeastwards. Thereafter there are signs of unsettled weather affecting more of the UK. However, the southeast may stay dry, and on the cold side, especially where fog persists throughout the day.

    Updated: 1135 on Sun 8 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Tuesday 24 Dec 2013 to Tuesday 7 Jan 2014:

    Remaining rather unsettled, especially towards the north and northwest of the UK, with the best of any drier and brighter conditions towards the south and southeast. Temperatures probably staying around normal across the UK generally, although there could be some colder nights in the south and east of the UK with a risk of frost and fog in places.

    Updated: 1148 on Mon 9 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Saturday 14 Dec 2013 to Monday 23 Dec 2013:

    Mostly cloudy in the northwest of the UK at first with rain, locally heavy, accompanied by strong winds with local gales, although brighter spells are likely to the northeast of high ground. These conditions will help keep temperatures above average. Elsewhere, and particularly towards the south and east, it will be mainly dry with some brightness and lighter winds. Clear spells and low overnight temperatures here will bring a risk of frost and fog patches. There is an increasing risk that unsettled conditions could spread further southeastwards during the following week but the south and east should stay the driest. Thereafter, indications are that most of the UK will see changeable weather, with wet and windy spells alternating with drier, brighter intervals, the best of these in the southeast.

    Updated: 1148 on Mon 9 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Sunday 15 Dec 2013 to Tuesday 24 Dec 2013:

    Mostly cloudy in the northwest of the UK with rain, locally heavy, accompanied by strong winds at times with local gales, although brighter spells are likely to the northeast of high ground. These conditions will help keep temperatures above average here. Elsewhere, and particularly towards the south and east, it will be mainly dry with some brightness and lighter winds. Clear spells and low overnight temperatures here will bring a risk of frost and fog patches. There is an increasing risk that unsettled conditions could spread further southeastwards during the following week but the south and east should stay the driest. Thereafter, indications are that most of the UK will see changeable weather, with wet and windy spells alternating with drier, brighter intervals, the best of these in the southeast.

    Updated: 1208 on Tue 10 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Wednesday 25 Dec 2013 to Wednesday 8 Jan 2014:

    Conditions look likely to remain rather unsettled, especially towards the north and northwest of the UK, with the best of any drier and brighter conditions towards the south and southeast. Temperatures probably staying around normal across the UK generally, although there could be some colder nights in the south and east of the UK with a risk of frost and fog in places.

    Updated: 1208 on Tue 10 Dec 2013

     

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  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
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    UK Outlook for Monday 16 Dec 2013 to Wednesday 25 Dec 2013:

     

    Through next week it should be windy across much of the UK. The most unsettled weather will be in the north and west, where there will be a continuing risk of heavy rain and severe gales. Across the south and east the rain should be less widespread and the winds lighter. It will be generally mild although some wintry showers are possible in the northwest, and there will be some overnight frosts. Through the weekend and into the following week there is still likely to be the risk of severe gales and heavy rain. It should still be mild across much of the UK although it may turn colder at times in the north, with wintry showers still possible. However, there will also be some sunshine in places.

     

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  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
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    UK Outlook for Thursday 26 Dec 2013 to Thursday 9 Jan 2014:

     

    Conditions look likely to remain rather unsettled, especially towards the north and northwest of the UK, with the best of any drier and brighter conditions towards the south and southeast. Temperatures probably staying around normal across the UK generally, although there could be some colder nights in the south and east of the UK with a risk of frost and fog in places.

     

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    UK Outlook for Tuesday 17 Dec 2013 to Thursday 26 Dec 2013:

    Through next week it should remain windy across much of the UK. The most unsettled weather will be in the north and west, where there will be a continuing risk of heavy rain and severe gales. Across the south and east the rain should be less widespread and the winds more moderate. Generally mild although some wintry showers are possible in the northwest, and there will be some overnight frosts. Through next weekend and into the following week there is still likely to be the risk of severe gales and heavy rain mainly in the northwest. It should still be mild at times, however there is an increasing chance of temperatures dropping to near or below normal, bringing a risk of frost generally and snow over northern high ground.

    Updated: 1150 on Thu 12 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Friday 27 Dec 2013 to Friday 10 Jan 2014:

    Conditions look likely to remain rather unsettled, especially towards the north and northwest of the UK, with the best of any drier and brighter conditions towards the south and southeast. Temperatures probably staying around normal across the UK generally, although there could be some colder nights in the south and east of the UK with a risk of frost and fog in places.

    Updated: 1150 on Thu 12 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Wednesday 18 Dec 2013 to Friday 27 Dec 2013:

    It should remain windy across much of the UK with the most unsettled weather in the north and west, where there will be a continuing risk of heavy rain and severe gales. Across the south and east the rain should be less widespread and the winds not as strong. Generally mild although some wintry showers are possible in the northwest at times, and there will be some overnight frosts. Through next weekend and into the following week, there is still likely to be the risk of severe gales and heavy rain mainly in the northwest. It should still be mild at times, however there is an increasing chance of temperatures dropping to near or below normal, bringing a risk of frost generally and snow over northern high ground.

     

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