I had an operation on Wednesday so a quick blog from me and a day later than normal.
It’s a wet and windy one ahead with it eventually becoming colder.
Friday: A wet and windy morning with some heavy rain to start which will turn showery. A drier and brighter end to the day. Gusts locally of 50mph as Storm Erik (warning in place) crosses the UK. Milder air dragged in on the southwesterly airflow. Max 10°C
Saturday: A little fresher with sunny spells and a few scattered showers. Still windy with 45mph gusts. Max 9°C
Sunday: Feeling cooler as winds eventually turn northwesterly later. Sunny spells for the morning but showers will arrive late-afternoon with some falling as snow above 275M. A drier and clearer evening with a touch of frost. Max 7°C
Monday: Sunny spells, cold and winds will be lighter. Frost returning overnight. Max 5°C
Outlook: Becoming settled as high pressure builds in. Variable cloud so some bright spells by day and frosts at night.
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Forecast Issued: Thursday the 7th of February 2019 at 6:50pm.