Updated at 16:00 Thursday Feb 14th
UK Weather Forecast
Cold tonight with patchy fog. Sunny and mild on Friday.
This Evening and Tonight:
Dry overnight with clear skies for most, allowing patchy mist and fog to form, mainly across central and southern parts of England and Wales. Turning cold too with some pockets of frost.
Fog patches will slowly clear on Friday morning leaving a dry, sunny and springlike day for many. However, cloud will increase in the west with rain in the northwest later.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Cloudier with outbreaks of showery rain spreading in from the west. Windy at times, particularly in the northwest. Mild over the weekend, but turning cooler on in the north Monday.
UK Outlook for Tuesday 19 Feb 2019 to Thursday 28 Feb 2019:
A cold start to Tuesday with any fog patches clearing to sunny spells. However, it is likely to cloud over from the northwest, with rain and strong winds across the north later. The rest of the week is likely to remain settled across the UK, with cloud and rain becoming increasingly restricted to the far north of the UK. Daytime temperatures will be around normal, mild for some, but some overnight fog and rural frost is likely. The rest of the month looks set to continue with generally settled theme, with the continued risk of overnight frost and fog. However, some unsettled spells of weather may push into the far west at times, with stronger winds and some rain possible. Temperatures should remain around or a touch above average.
UK Outlook for Friday 1 Mar 2019 to Friday 15 Mar 2019:
Confidence is low during this period, but to begin with we are likely to see Atlantic weather fronts affecting the west and northwest, with these perhaps making some progress across the country. These will occasionally bring rain to some places, however with higher pressure remaining close to the east of the UK we are more likely to see a continuation of drier than average conditions, especially in the south and east. As we go through March, more of a southeasterly wind may develop, which could bring colder air from the continent across the UK. As frontal systems then come against this, there is a small risk for some snow. Overall, temperatures are likely to be near or slightly above average, but with the continued chance of some colder spells.
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