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UK Outlook for Saturday 6 Apr 2013 to Saturday 20 Apr 2013:

Southern parts of the UK are likely to be unsettled with rainfall amounts possibly above average, especially at first. Temperatures starting off around average, but may fall below normal towards the middle of April, although it will probably be less cold than recently. Further north, and particularly in the north east, colder than average conditions are likely from the start, with a risk of overnight frosts. Around average precipitation here, and perhaps further snowfall at times, mainly on hills and mountains. Sunshine amounts are likely to be close to the seasonal average in the west of the UK, and just below average elsewhere.

Updated: 1212 on Fri 22 Mar 2013

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UK Outlook for Sunday 7 Apr 2013 to Sunday 21 Apr 2013:

Southern parts of the UK are likely to be unsettled with rainfall amounts possibly above average, especially at first. Temperatures here then close to or just below average through much of this period, though probably not as cold as conditions currently are. Further north, and particularly in the northeast, colder than average conditions with often frosty nights are likely from the start. Rainfall amounts then probably close to or below average at first with further snowfall possible, mainly on hills and mountains. Signs, then, of conditions here turning more unsettled later.

Updated: 1137 on Sat 23 Mar 2013

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UK Outlook for Monday 8 Apr 2013 to Monday 22 Apr 2013:

Southern parts of the UK are likely to be unsettled with rainfall amounts possibly above average, especially at first. Temperatures here close to or just below average, though probably not as cold as conditions currently are. Further north, and particularly in the northeast, colder than average conditions with often frosty nights are likely to continue, with rainfall amounts close to or below average at first with further snowfall possible, mainly in the form of showers on hills and mountains.

Updated: 1206 on Sun 24 Mar 2013

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 9 Apr 2013 to Tuesday 23 Apr 2013:

Southern parts of the UK may be rather unsettled at first, temperatures here close to or just below average. Elsewhere, remaining colder than average, particularly so towards the northeast, with frosty nights likely to continue. Rainfall amounts close to or below average, with further snowfall possible, mainly in the form of showers on hills and mountains.

Updated: 1208 on Mon 25 Mar 2013

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 10 Apr 2013 to Wednesday 24 Apr 2013:

Much of the UK is likely to start cold, with a fair amount of dry weather, although further snowfall is possible, mainly in the form of showers. Overnight frost remains likely. Towards the latter part of April there is no strong signal for rainfall amounts, although temperatures may start to recover from the west to nearer normal values, whilst possibly becoming more unsettled.

Updated: 1148 on Tue 26 Mar 2013

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UK Outlook for Thursday 11 Apr 2013 to Thursday 25 Apr 2013:

Much of the UK is likely to start cold, with a fair amount of dry weather, although further snowfall is possible, mainly in the form of showers. Overnight frosts remain likely. More unsettled weather may already be affecting some areas at the start of the periods, and indications are that this will become more widespread towards the end of the month. As a result, rainfall amounts should return to near average for the time of year, with temperatures also become less cold generally.

Updated: 1141 on Wed 27 Mar 2013

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UK Outlook for Friday 12 Apr 2013 to Friday 26 Apr 2013:

Much of the UK is likely to start cold, with a fair amount of dry weather, although further snowfall is possible, mainly in the form of showers. Overnight frosts remain likely. More unsettled weather may already be affecting some areas at the start of the period, and indications are that this with probably become more widespread towards the end of the month. As a result, rainfall amounts should return to near average for the time of year, with temperatures also become less cold generally.

Updated: 1146 on Thu 28 Mar 2013

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UK Outlook for Saturday 13 Apr 2013 to Saturday 27 Apr 2013:

There remain signs of a transition from the current colder than average conditions to more typical conditions for the time of year taking place during mid-April. This would leave the rest of the month with nearer average temperatures, albeit still with a risk of overnight frost. Meanwhile, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation later this month, the most probable scenario is for rainfall to be nearer average. Given that the first half of April is expected to be drier than average, this does imply that at least some parts of the UK are likely to be more unsettled during the second half of April.

Updated: 1159 on Fri 29 Mar 2013

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UK Outlook for Sunday 14 Apr 2013 to Sunday 28 Apr 2013:

There remain signs of a transition from the current colder than average conditions to more typical conditions for the time of year taking place during mid-April. This would leave the rest of the month with nearer average temperatures, albeit still with a risk of overnight frost. Meanwhile, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation later this month, the most probable scenario is for rainfall to be nearer average. Given that the first half of April is expected to be drier than average, this does imply that at least some parts of the UK are likely to be more unsettled during the second half of April.

Updated: 1133 on Sat 30 Mar 2013

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Their change in further outlook begun on 26th continues so it would seem they are reasonably confident of this cold coming to an end in the time scale they indicate. A welcome relief to all those with their bank balances dependent on weather conditions being nearer normal?

So if this is correct the 500mb anomaly charts SHOULD start to show a marked change in pattern within the next 5-7 days??

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UK Outlook for Monday 15 Apr 2013 to Monday 29 Apr 2013:

There remain signs of a transition from the current colder than average conditions to more typical conditions for the time of year taking place during mid-April. This would leave the rest of the month with nearer average temperatures, albeit still with a risk of overnight frost. Meanwhile, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation later this month, the most probable scenario is for rainfall to be nearer average. Given that the first half of April is expected to be drier than average, this does imply that at least some parts of the UK are likely to be more unsettled during the second half of April.

Updated: 1232 on Sun 31 Mar 2013

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 16 Apr 2013 to Tuesday 30 Apr 2013:

There remain signs of a transition from the current colder than average conditions to more typical conditions for the time of year taking place during mid-April. This would leave the rest of the month with nearer average temperatures, albeit still with a risk of overnight frost. Meanwhile, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation later this month, the most probable scenario is for rainfall to be nearer average. Given that the first half of April is expected to be drier than average, this does imply that at least some parts of the UK are likely to be more unsettled during the second half of April.

Updated: 1250 on Mon 1 Apr 2013

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 16 Apr 2013 to Tuesday 30 Apr 2013:

There remain signs of a transition from the current colder than average conditions to more typical conditions for the time of year taking place during mid-April. This would leave the rest of the month with nearer average temperatures, albeit still with a risk of overnight frost. Meanwhile, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation later this month, the most probable scenario is for rainfall to be nearer average. Given that the first half of April is expected to be drier than average, this does imply that at least some parts of the UK are likely to be more unsettled during the second half of April.

Updated: 1151 on Tue 2 Apr 2013

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 16 Apr 2013 to Tuesday 30 Apr 2013:

There remain signs of more typical conditions for the time of year becoming established by mid-April. This would leave the rest of the month with nearer average temperatures, albeit still with a risk of overnight frost. Meanwhile, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation later this month, the most probable scenario is for rainfall to be nearer average.

Updated: 1221 on Wed 3 Apr 2013

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UK Outlook for Friday 19 Apr 2013 to Friday 3 May 2013:

There remain signs of more typical conditions for the time of year becoming established by mid-April. This would leave the rest of the month with nearer average temperatures, albeit still with a risk of overnight frost. Meanwhile, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation later this month, the most probable scenario is for rainfall to be nearer average.

Updated: 1240 on Thu 4 Apr 2013

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UK Outlook for Saturday 20 Apr 2013 to Saturday 4 May 2013:

Current indications suggest conditions during the latter part of April and early May being fairly typical for the time of year. This would leave temperatures often nearer average, though given colder than average seas, coastal areas may be quite chilly whenever sea breezes occur. Meanwhile, during any settled spells the risk of overnight ground frost is, perhaps, slightly greater than average. Unsettled, changeable conditions probably still affecting some northern and western parts early in this forecast period. Otherwise, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation for late April into early May nearer average rainfall amounts are considered most likely.

Updated: 1243 on Fri 5 Apr 2013

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UK Outlook for Sunday 21 Apr 2013 to Sunday 5 May 2013:

Current indications suggest conditions during the latter part of April and early May being fairly typical for the time of year. This would leave temperatures often nearer average, though given colder than average seas, coastal areas may be quite chilly whenever sea breezes occur. Meanwhile, during any settled spells the risk of overnight ground frost is, perhaps, slightly greater than average. Unsettled, changeable conditions probably still affecting some northern and western parts early in this forecast period. Otherwise, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation for late April into early May, nearer average rainfall amounts are considered most likely.

Updated: 1147 on Sat 6 Apr 2013

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UK Outlook for Monday 22 Apr 2013 to Monday 6 May 2013:

Current indications suggest conditions during the latter part of April and early May being fairly typical for the time of year. This would leave temperatures often nearer average, though given colder than average seas, coastal areas may be quite chilly whenever sea breezes occur. Meanwhile, during any settled spells the risk of overnight ground frost is, perhaps, slightly greater than average. Unsettled, changeable conditions probably still affecting some northern and western parts early in this forecast period. Otherwise, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation for late April into early May, nearer average rainfall amounts are considered most likely.

http://www.metoffice...st_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 23 Apr 2013 to Tuesday 7 May 2013:

Current indications suggest conditions during the latter part of April and early May being fairly typical for the time of year. This would leave temperatures often nearer average, though given colder than average seas, coastal areas may be quite chilly whenever sea breezes occur. Meanwhile, during any settled spells the risk of overnight ground frost is, perhaps, slightly greater than average. Unsettled, changeable conditions probably still affecting some northern and western parts early in this forecast period. Otherwise, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation for late April into early May, nearer average rainfall amounts are considered most likely.

Updated: 1233 on Mon 8 Apr 2013

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 24 Apr 2013 to Wednesday 8 May 2013:

Current indications suggest conditions during the latter part of April and early May being fairly typical for the time of year. This would leave temperatures often nearer average, though given colder than average seas, coastal areas may be quite chilly whenever sea breezes occur, whereas inland it become warm at times. Meanwhile, during any settled spells the risk of overnight ground frost is, perhaps, slightly greater than average. Unsettled, changeable conditions probably still affecting some northern and western parts early in this forecast period. Otherwise, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation for late April into early May, nearer average rainfall amounts are considered most likely.

Updated: 1242 on Tue 9 Apr 2013

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UK Outlook for Thursday 25 Apr 2013 to Thursday 9 May 2013:

Current indications suggest conditions during the latter part of April and early May being fairly typical for the time of year. This would leave temperatures often nearer average, though given colder than average seas, coastal areas may be quite chilly whenever sea breezes occur, whereas inland it will become warm at times. Meanwhile, during any settled spells the risk of overnight ground frost is, perhaps, slightly greater than average. Unsettled, changeable conditions probably still affecting some northern and western parts early in this forecast period. Otherwise, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation for late April into early May, nearer average rainfall amounts are considered most likely.

Updated: 1127 on Wed 10 Apr 2013

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UK Outlook for Friday 26 Apr 2013 to Friday 10 May 2013:

Current indications suggest conditions during the latter part of April and early May being fairly typical for the time of year. This would leave temperatures often nearer average, though given colder than average seas, coastal areas may be quite chilly whenever sea breezes occur, whereas inland it will become warm at times. Meanwhile, during any settled spells the risk of overnight ground frost is, perhaps, slightly greater than average. Unsettled, changeable conditions probably still affecting some northern and western parts early in this forecast period. Otherwise, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation for late April into early May, nearer average rainfall amounts are considered most likely.

Updated: 1235 on Thu 11 Apr 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Saturday 27 Apr 2013 to Saturday 11 May 2013:

 

Current indications suggest conditions during the latter part of April and early May being fairly typical for the time of year. This would leave temperatures often nearer average, though given colder than average seas, coastal areas may be quite chilly whenever sea breezes occur, whereas inland it will become warm at times. Meanwhile, during any settled spells the risk of overnight ground frost is, perhaps, slightly greater than average, but if it does occur it should be patchy rather than widespread. Unsettled, changeable conditions probably still affecting some northern and western parts early in this forecast period. Otherwise, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation for late April into early May, nearer average rainfall amounts are considered most likely.

 

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

Edited by Gavin.

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UK Outlook for Sunday 28 Apr 2013 to Sunday 12 May 2013:

 

Current indications suggest conditions during the latter part of April and early May being fairly typical for the time of year. This would leave temperatures often nearer average, though given colder than average seas, coastal areas may be quite chilly whenever sea breezes occur, whereas inland it will become warm at times. Meanwhile, during any settled spells the risk of overnight ground frost is, perhaps, slightly greater than average, but if it does occur it should be patchy rather than widespread. Unsettled, changeable conditions probably still affecting some northern and western parts early in this forecast period. Otherwise, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation for late April into early May, nearer average rainfall amounts are considered most likely.

 

Updated: 1220 on Sat 13 Apr 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Monday 29 Apr 2013 to Monday 13 May 2013:

Current indications suggest conditions during the latter part of April and early May being fairly typical for the time of year. This would leave temperatures often nearer average, though given colder than average seas, coastal areas may be quite chilly whenever sea breezes occur, whereas inland it will become warm at times. Meanwhile, during any settled spells the risk of overnight ground frost is, perhaps, slightly greater than average, but if it does occur it should be patchy rather than widespread. Unsettled, changeable conditions probably still affecting some northern and western parts early in this forecast period. Otherwise, in the absence of any strong signals for trends in precipitation for late April into early May, nearer average rainfall amounts are considered most likely.

Updated: 1317 on Sun 14 Apr 2013

 

 

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