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    UK Outlook for Saturday 28 Dec 2013 to Saturday 11 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 United Kingdom generally, although there could be some colder nights in the south and east with a risk of frost and fog in places.

    Updated: 1151 on Fri 13 Dec 2013

     

     

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    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

    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

    In reply to this  My thoughts on this are that met 9 times out of 10 will go for the default outcome which is the milder weather or high pressure over the uk scenario!!its just easier for them co

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    UK Outlook for Sunday 29 Dec 2013 to Sunday 12 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 United Kingdom generally, although there could be some colder nights in the south and east with a risk of frost and fog in places.

    Updated: 1131 on Sat 14 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Thursday 19 Dec 2013 to Saturday 28 Dec 2013:

    It is likely to remain windy and generally unsettled across much of the UK, especially in the north and west, where there will be a continuing risk of heavy rain and severe gales. Some drier and brighter interludes are also likely, particularly across southern and eastern parts. Generally mild although some wintry showers are possible in the northwest at times, and there will be some overnight frosts. 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 will be temporary spells of cooler than average conditions, bringing a risk of patchy frost and snow over higher ground in the north.

    Updated: 1127 on Sat 14 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Monday 30 Dec 2013 to Monday 13 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. There is also the chance of some colder and showery spells in the north and west at times. Otherwise, temperatures probably staying around normal across the United Kingdom generally, although there could be some colder nights in the south and east with a risk of frost and fog in places.

    Updated: 1226 on Sun 15 Dec 2013

     

     

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    UK Outlook for Friday 20 Dec 2013 to Sunday 29 Dec 2013:

    It is likely to remain generally unsettled, often windy and rather mild at first across much of the UK, with showers or longer spells of rain and a continuing risk of severe gales, mainly affecting parts of the north and west. There will also be some colder, clearer and showery spells interspersed, with showers likely to turn wintry over higher ground in the north and also some overnight frosts during clearer periods. Through the following week, conditions look set to remain unsettled, with further spells of wet and windy weather expected and some heavy rain at times. The north and west are most likely to see the wettest and windiest weather. It should still be mild, however there will be colder and showery interludes, and these are more likely later.

    Updated: 1218 on Sun 15 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Saturday 21 Dec 2013 to Monday 30 Dec 2013:

    Remaining unsettled throughout the weekend, often windy with showers or longer spells of rain, and a continuing risk of severe gales, mainly affecting parts of the north and west. Temperatures around normal or rather mild at first, especially in the south and east, becoming a little below normal in the northwest on Sunday. Thereafter, conditions look set to remain unsettled, with further spells of wet and windy weather, and some heavy rain at times. The north and west is generally most likely to see the wettest and windiest weather, however towards the end of next week, it may be southern areas bearing the brunt of the strongest winds. Fairly mild in the cloudier spells, but a little colder than average with overnight frosts during clearer periods, mainly towards the northwest.

    Updated: 1127 on Mon 16 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Tuesday 31 Dec 2013 to Tuesday 14 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. There is also the chance of some colder and showery spells in the north and west at times. Otherwise, temperatures probably staying around normal across the United Kingdom generally, although there could be some colder nights in the south and east with a risk of frost and fog in places.

     

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    UK Outlook for Monday 23 Dec 2013 to Wednesday 1 Jan 2014:

    Staying mainly unsettled and very windy with showers or longer periods of rain, heavy in places, especially in the north and west, with the best of any drier interludes in the east. Gale force winds are likely, with severe gales or storm force winds possible, especially in the north and west. From Christmas Day onwards the greatest risk of the very strong winds and heavy rain may move further south with colder temperatures in the northwest allowing snow to low levels here, rather than just over high ground. Otherwise temperatures generally near normal or rather mild in the south at first. Towards the end of the period it should remain unsettled with showers and longer spells of rain, though the risk of severe gales is likely to reduce.

    Updated: 1207 on Wed 18 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Thursday 2 Jan 2014 to Thursday 16 Jan 2014:

    Current indications are that the very unsettled weather that is expected to dominate the Christmas period is likely to continue into the New Year. Spells of mild, wet and windy weather are likely to alternate with brighter, colder, showery periods, though the risk of any significant snow or prolonged wintry weather looks low except on high ground in the north. Further into January, the most probable scenario is for the unsettled conditions to ease somewhat with a greater chance of drier weather, whilst frost and fog become a little more likely.

    Updated: 1201 on Wed 18 Dec 2013

     

     

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    UK Outlook for Tuesday 24 Dec 2013 to Thursday 2 Jan 2014:

    Staying mainly unsettled and very windy with showers or longer periods of rain, heavy in places, especially in the north and west. Gale force winds are likely with severe gales or storm force winds possible; especially, but not exclusively, in the north and west. From Christmas Day onwards, the greatest risk of the very strong winds and heavy rain may move further south with colder temperatures in the northwest allowing snow to low levels here, rather than just over high ground. Otherwise, temperatures generally near normal or rather mild in the south at first. Towards the end of the period, it should remain unsettled with showers and longer spells of rain, though the risk of severe gales is likely to reduce.

    Updated: 1147 on Thu 19 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Friday 3 Jan 2014 to Friday 17 Jan 2014:

    Current indications are that the very unsettled weather that is expected to dominate the Christmas period is likely to continue into the New Year. Spells of mild, wet and windy weather are likely to alternate with brighter, colder, showery periods, though the risk of any significant snow or prolonged wintry weather looks low except on high ground in the north. Further into January, the most probable scenario is for the unsettled conditions to ease somewhat with a greater chance of drier weather, whilst frost becomes a little more likely.

    Updated: 1147 on Thu 19 Dec 2013

     

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  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
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    UK Outlook for Wednesday 25 Dec 2013 to Friday 3 Jan 2014:

     

    Christmas Day is likely to be rather cold with sunny spells and showers. Showers will be heavy and wintry at times; especially in the northwest where it will remain very windy. Showers will continue into Boxing Day, before more persistent rain and strong winds pushes in from the west later with hill snow in the north. Thereafter, it will remain rather unsettled and often windy, with the greatest risk of the very strong winds and heavy rain mainly in the north and west. Temperatures generally near normal or rather mild in the south, and near or a little below in the north. However, incursions of colder air will spread down from the northwest at times, allowing snow to low levels in the north, rather than just over high ground.

     

    Updated: 1156 on Fri 20 Dec 2013

     

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    UK Outlook for Saturday 4 Jan 2014 to Saturday 18 Jan 2014:

     

    Current indications are that the very unsettled weather that is expected to dominate into the New Year. Spells of mild, wet and windy weather are likely to alternate with brighter, colder, showery periods, though the risk of any significant snow or prolonged wintry weather looks low except on high ground in the north. Further into January, the most probable scenario is for the unsettled conditions to ease somewhat with a greater chance of drier weather, whilst frost becomes a little more likely.

     

    Updated: 1148 on Fri 20 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Sunday 5 Jan 2014 to Sunday 19 Jan 2014:

    Current indications are that the very unsettled weather that is expected to dominate into the New Year. Spells of mild, wet and windy weather are likely to alternate with brighter, colder, showery periods, though the risk of any significant snow or prolonged wintry weather looks low except on high ground in the north. Further into January, the most probable scenario is for the unsettled conditions to ease somewhat with a greater chance of drier weather, whilst frost becomes a little more likely.

    Updated: 1152 on Sat 21 Dec 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Thursday 26 Dec 2013 to Saturday 4 Jan 2014:

    Dry at first on Thursday before turning wet and windy across all areas later in the day. Heavy rain on Friday will gradually clear away from the northwest through the day. The rain will be accompanied by very windy conditions, with gales or severe gales in places. Clearer but colder conditions will follow with showers, heavy at times, and wintry over higher ground. The colder regime with sunshine and showers will continue into Saturday. The unsettled regime of weather is expected to continue thereafter. Colder weather with sunshine and showers (wintry over higher ground and possibly to lower levels in the north) will be interspersed with milder but wetter weather with spells of heavy rain and strong winds. Drier periods may become more prevalent in the south and east later.

    Updated: 1152 on Sat 21 Dec 2013

     

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
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    Not updated by Stuart since Saturday so here is yesterday's update

     

    UK Outlook for Saturday 28 Dec 2013 to Monday 6 Jan 2014:

     

    The unsettled theme continues with sunshine and blustery showers through the first weekend, these most frequent in the west, and perhaps wintry in the north. Winds will be very strong, with gales around southwestern coasts which will ease through Sunday. Through the start of the week, further wet and windy weather will spread quickly from the southwest across all parts, which may clear to give brighter conditions with showers for most, these wintry on northern hills. It will stay windy, with gales at times, most likely around the coasts. Temperatures will be around average, with frost and ice risk confined mainly to the north. The rest of this period then looks set to remain unsettled, but a growing chance of drier and less windy periods in the south and southeast.

     

    Updated: 1207 on Mon 23 Dec 2013

     

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
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    Not updated by Stuart since Saturday so here is yesterday's update

     

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 7 Jan 2014 to Tuesday 21 Jan 2014:

     

    Current indications are that the unsettled weather is expected to dominate into the New Year. Spells of mild, wet and windy weather are likely to alternate with brighter, colder, showery periods, though the risk of any significant snow or prolonged wintry weather looks low except on high ground in the north. Further into January, the most probable scenario is for the unsettled conditions to ease somewhat with a greater chance of drier weather, whilst frost becomes a little more likely.

     

    Updated: 1205 on Mon 23 Dec 2013

     

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    Not updated by Stuart since Saturday so here is yesterday's update

     

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 7 Jan 2014 to Tuesday 21 Jan 2014:

     

    Current indications are that the unsettled weather is expected to dominate into the New Year. Spells of mild, wet and windy weather are likely to alternate with brighter, colder, showery periods, though the risk of any significant snow or prolonged wintry weather looks low except on high ground in the north. Further into January, the most probable scenario is for the unsettled conditions to ease somewhat with a greater chance of drier weather, whilst frost becomes a little more likely.

     

    Updated: 1205 on Mon 23 Dec 2013

     

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

     

    Lol, and it's a cut and paste job of Saturday. I really wish they would only do these updates once a week.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    UK Outlook for Sunday 29 Dec 2013 to Tuesday 7 Jan 2014:

     

    A bright start for many on Sunday before wind and rain spreads eastwards later. Clearer, but showery, conditions then follow for Monday. Winds will then be strongest in the north and west with gales in exposed areas, and there will be some hill snow at times in the north too. For the rest of next week the unsettled theme continues with further spells of wet and windy weather, with occasional gales, interspersed by some brighter, showery interludes. Temperatures are likely to be near or just below normal in the north and a little above average at times in the south. Onwards into the first full of week of January conditions are likely to remain unsettled, though southern areas may start to see longer drier and less windy interludes between rain.

     

    Updated: 1219 on Tue 24 Dec 2013

     

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 8 Jan 2014 to Wednesday 22 Jan 2014:

     

    Current indications are for unsettled conditions persisting through at least the early part of January. Spells of mild, wet and windy weather would then alternate with brighter, colder, showery periods, though the risk of any significant snow or prolonged wintry weather looks low except on high ground in the north. As January progresses the most probable scenario is for conditions to start turning a little less unsettled leading to a greater chance of drier weather, although this in turn could lead to a greater incidence of frosty nights.

     

    Updated: 1209 on Tue 24 Dec 2013

     

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    UK Outlook for Monday 30 Dec 2013 to Wednesday 8 Jan 2014:

     

    Rain clearing most parts early on Monday, with brighter spells and showers following for a time before rain returns later and for part of Tuesday. Windy then too, especially in the north and west with gales at times. Also some hill snow in the north early next week. The unsettled theme continues through the New Year period and beyond with further spells of wet and windy weather and occasional gales being interspersed with some brighter, colder and showery interludes. These showers could turn increasingly wintry, especially over hills, but perhaps also to some lower levels later. Temperatures likely to be near or just below normal in the north and a little above average at times further south. Nights also tending to turn colder bringing an increasing risk of icy patches.

     

    Updated: 1209 on Wed 25 Dec 2013

     

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    UK Outlook for Thursday 9 Jan 2014 to Thursday 23 Jan 2014:

     

    Current indications suggest the unsettled theme to early January weather conditions being more likely than not to persist through the middle half of the month. Spells of dull, wet and windy weather would then alternate with brighter but colder and showery periods, including some wintry showers. Some signs are also emerging suggesting temperatures being less mild in general terms than the last couple of weeks and perhaps even slightly below average.

     

    Updated: 1210 on Wed 25 Dec 2013

     

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 31 Dec 2013 to Thursday 9 Jan 2014:

     

    Early rain clearing eastwards on Tuesday, allowing brighter but showery conditions to follow. Showers heavy at times, especially in the north and west, and along the south coast, and turning wintry over northern hills. Another spell of rain then expected to push eastwards across the UK on Wednesday. Windy at times, with gales or severe gales in exposure. The unsettled theme continues with further spells of wet and windy weather being interspersed with some brighter, colder and showery interludes. These showers could turn increasingly wintry, especially over hills, but perhaps also to some lower levels later. Temperatures likely to be near or just below normal in the north and a little above average at times further south. Nights tending to turn colder bringing an increasing risk of icy patches.

     

    Updated: 1217 on Thu 26 Dec 2013

     

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    UK Outlook for Friday 10 Jan 2014 to Friday 24 Jan 2014:

     

    Current indications suggest the unsettled start to January is more likely than not to persist through the middle to latter part of the month. Spells of dull, wet and windy weather would then alternate with brighter but colder and showery periods, including some wintry showers. Some signs are also emerging suggesting temperatures being less mild in general terms than the last couple of weeks and perhaps even slightly below average.

     

    Updated: 1142 on Thu 26 Dec 2013

     

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  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 1 Jan 2014 to Friday 10 Jan 2014:

    After a dry start on Wednesday another spell of rain, heavy at times, is expected to push eastwards across the UK. It will be windy, with gales or severe gales in exposed parts of the country. The unsettled theme looks set to continue thereafter with further spells of wet and windy weather being interspersed with some brighter, colder and showery interludes. These showers could turn wintry at times, especially over hills, but perhaps also to some lower levels in northern Britain later. Temperatures are likely to be near or just below normal in the north, and a little above average at times further south. Nights may turn colder in the north of the UK in particular, bringing an increased risk of frost and ice.

    Updated: 1145 on Fri 27 Dec 2013

     

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