MO forecast to 25 Dec 2014

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Met Office forecast for period day16to30 issued at 2014-11-26T16:00:00

Forecast for All regions (shared forecast) day16to30, from 2014-12-11 16hrs (Thu) to 2014-12-25 16hrs (Thu)

    UK Outlook for Thursday 11 Dec 2014 to Thursday 25 Dec 2014:
  • There is no strong signal in weather patterns during this period.
  • However, the most likely scenario is a trend towards more unsettled and, at times, windy weather, especially in western parts of the UK, with eastern parts seeing the best of any dry weather.
  • Temperatures are generally expected to be around, or a little above, average for the time of year.
  • There is a chance of some overnight and morning frost and fog in places.
  • There is also a chance of some snow on higher ground in the north.

Met Office forecast for period day6to15 issued at 2014-11-26T16:00:00

Forecast for All regions (shared forecast) day6to15, from 2014-12-01 16hrs (Mon) to 2014-12-10 16hrs (Wed)

    UK Outlook for Monday 1 Dec 2014 to Wednesday 10 Dec 2014:
  • Outbreaks of rain in the northwest will gradually move southeastwards through Monday and Tuesday, weakening as it does so.
  • Largely cloudy ahead of this rain, with clear and colder conditions following from the northwest.
  • Thereafter, pressure will build from the west bringing a period of largely settled weather with variable cloud and some sunny spells.
  • Risk of frost and fog patches forming by night where skies remain clear.
  • However, northwestern parts will be windy at times with occasional rain or showers, these perhaps wintry over the hills.
  • Temperatures often below average and rather cold at times, especially where fog lingers.
  • The week after next is likely to turn more unsettled and milder in the northwest.
  • These conditions may well spread to more southern and eastern parts of the country later.

Met Office forecast for period day3to5 issued at 2014-11-26T16:00:00

Forecast for Grampian day3to5, from 2014-11-28 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-11-30 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Friday and Saturday mainly cloudy with some outbreaks of rain, this turning more persistent over southern Aberdeenshire for a time.
  • Fresh southeasterly winds.
  • Drier later Saturday and Sunday, becoming milder.

Forecast for Dumfries, Galloway, Lothian day3to5, from 2014-11-28 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-11-30 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Friday and early Saturday mainly cloudy, some patchy rain in Lothians and Borders though Dumfries and Galloway drier.
  • Then dry for the rest of the weekend.

Forecast for Yorkshire & the Humber day3to5, from 2014-11-28 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-11-30 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Mostly cloudy and breezy on Friday with some light rain or drizzle in places.
  • Staying mostly dry but rather cloudy over the weekend, with lighter winds.

Forecast for Orkney & Shetland day3to5, from 2014-11-28 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-11-30 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • A damp start on Friday then becoming mainly dry.
  • Saturday is expected to be drier and brighter.
  • Fresh to strong southeasterly winds.
  • Sunday starting dry then some rain, strengthening southwesterlies.

Forecast for Wales day3to5, from 2014-11-28 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-11-30 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Often cloudy, but mainly dry.
  • Bright spells in the west where it may be locally very mild.
  • However, feeling cooler in exposure to strong winds Friday.
  • Feeling colder by Sunday.

Forecast for West Midlands day3to5, from 2014-11-28 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-11-30 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Remaining largely cloudy throughout, but mainly dry.
  • Temperatures near normal or mild.
  • However, the southeasterly breeze on Friday will make it feel fairly chilly in exposure.
  • Feeling colder by Sunday.

Forecast for Northwest England day3to5, from 2014-11-28 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-11-30 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Often cloudy, but mainly dry, with the best bright spells in the west where it may be locally very mild.
  • However, feeling cooler in exposure to the strong winds Friday.

Forecast for Northeast England day3to5, from 2014-11-28 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-11-30 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Mostly cloudy and breezy on Friday with some light rain or drizzle in places.
  • Staying mostly dry but cloudy over the weekend with lighter winds.

Forecast for Northern Ireland day3to5, from 2014-11-28 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-11-30 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Cloudy on Friday, some patchy rain.
  • Then dry over the weekend, light winds on Saturday and quite misty, but freshening southwesterlies on Sunday.

Forecast for Southwest England day3to5, from 2014-11-28 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-11-30 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Largely cloudy, but mainly dry.
  • However, some bright spells likely at times.
  • Temperatures near normal or mild, but feeling colder in the strong winds Friday and more generally on Sunday.

Forecast for Highland & Eilean Siar day3to5, from 2014-11-28 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-11-30 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Friday bright in west, cloudier in east with patchy rain.
  • Fresh southeasterly winds.
  • Some light rain on Saturday, drier later.
  • Sunday mainly dry, then rain for Isles later, strengthening southwesterlies.

Forecast for UK day3to5, from 2014-11-28 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-11-30 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Largely dry, but often cloudy.
  • Southern, some western, parts seeing the best bright spells.
  • Temperatures near normal or mild, but feeling cooler in stronger winds Friday, and southern parts Sunday.

Forecast for London & Southeast England day3to5, from 2014-11-28 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-11-30 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Mainly dry and breezy on Friday, with some bright or sunny intervals developing.
  • Mostly dry over the weekend with lighter winds, and some brighter spells.

Forecast for East of England day3to5, from 2014-11-28 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-11-30 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Mainly dry and breezy on Friday, with some bright or sunny intervals developing.
  • Mostly dry over the weekend with lighter winds, and some brighter spells.

Forecast for East Midlands day3to5, from 2014-11-28 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-11-30 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Mainly dry and breezy on Friday, with some bright or sunny intervals developing.
  • Mostly dry over the weekend with lighter winds, and some brighter spells, especially in the south.

Forecast for Strathclyde day3to5, from 2014-11-28 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-11-30 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Friday and early Saturday mainly cloudy, some patchy rain, though west coast drier.
  • Then dry for the rest of the weekend.

Forecast for Tayside day3to5, from 2014-11-28 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-11-30 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Mainly cloudy with some rain on Thursday and Friday, especially Angus, turning heavier Friday night and Saturday morning, fresh southeast winds.
  • Then dry for the rest of the weekend.

Met Office forecast for period day1to2 issued at 2014-11-26T16:00:00

Forecast for Grampian day1to2, from 2014-11-26 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-11-27 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Rain at times, misty.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • A mostly cloudy evening with some patchy rain mainly near the east coast.
  • Some clearer intervals developing inland and in west with some patchy fog forming towards Abyone and Braemar with a touch of frost possible.
  • Minimum Temperature 3C.
    Thursday:
  • Moray staying mainly dry with patchy mist, and some sunny intervals.
  • Mostly dull elsewhere with patchy rain becoming more widespread across Aberdeenshire and fairly misty.
  • Maximum Temperature 9C.

Forecast for Dumfries, Galloway, Lothian day1to2, from 2014-11-26 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-11-27 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Cloudy, some rain in east
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Rain at times this evening in the east, turning light and patchy, mainly confined to the eastern coasts later.
  • Turning misty over the Border and Lammermuirs especially higher ground.
  • Dry in the west with a few clear spells.
  • Minimum Temperature 4C.
    Thursday:
  • A generally cloudy day with a few patches of rain these chiefly over eastern hills and coasts.
  • Brighter further to the west, but a few afternoon showers possible.
  • Maximum Temperature 10C.

Forecast for Yorkshire & the Humber day1to2, from 2014-11-26 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-11-27 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Cloudy and misty with outbreaks of rain.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • It will stay cloudy overnight with further outbreaks of rain and drizzle.
  • Generally misty with widespread, locally dense, fog persisting across the hills.
  • The wind will be light inland with an easterly breeze along the coast.
  • Minimum Temperature 5C.
    Thursday:
  • Outbreaks rain or drizzle with extensive low cloud and hill fog.
  • Some heavier bursts of rain are possible in the morning, but most parts becoming dry by evening.
  • Maximum Temperature 9C.

Forecast for Orkney & Shetland day1to2, from 2014-11-26 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-11-27 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Cloudy with rain at times.
  • Misty.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Shetland breezy and mostly cloudy with some outbreaks of mainly light rain.
  • Orkney will be mainly dry with a few clear intervals although some cloud and rain near eastern coasts later.
  • Minimum Temperature 5C.
    Thursday:
  • A cloudy day with occasional rain over Shetland edging westwards to affect Orkney at times too.
  • Freshening southeasterly winds, becoming strong over Shetland.
  • Maximum Temperature 9C.

Forecast for Wales day1to2, from 2014-11-26 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-11-27 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Remaining largely cloudy, damp and murky; especially in the east.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Cloudy and damp evening and night with low cloud giving hill fog and patchy drizzle, this most extensive across eastern parts of the country.
  • Clearer breaks in western areas later will lead to cooler conditions here with some fog patches.
  • Minimum Temperature 4C.
    Thursday:
  • Remaining largely cloudy through the day with some intermittent drizzle likely in the east.
  • However, some bright spells are possible in the west where southeasterly winds will increase later.
  • Maximum Temperature 10C.

Forecast for West Midlands day1to2, from 2014-11-26 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-11-27 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Cloudy, damp overnight.
  • Risk of heavier rain in the east.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Remaining cloudy, misty and murky with extensive low cloud giving patchy drizzle and fog across higher elevations.
  • However, some heavier bursts of rain will likely push in across eastern parts through the night.
  • Minimum Temperature 5C.
    Thursday:
  • Outbreaks of rain first thing in the east will ease through the morning, but remaining largely cloudy throughout the rest of the day with the risk of intermittent light drizzle.
  • Maximum Temperature 9C.

Forecast for Northwest England day1to2, from 2014-11-26 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-11-27 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Remaining largely cloudy, damp and murky; especially in the east.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Remaining cloudy, misty and murky with extensive low cloud across the region giving some fog across higher elevations and patchy rain or drizzle, especially across the Pennines.
  • The patchy rain may become heavier in the east for a time.
  • Minimum Temperature 3C.
    Thursday:
  • Remaining largely cloudy through the day with some intermittent drizzle likely in the east.
  • However, some bright spells are possible in the west where southeasterly breeze will increase later.
  • Maximum Temperature 8C.

Forecast for Northeast England day1to2, from 2014-11-26 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-11-27 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Cloudy and misty with outbreaks of rain.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • It will stay cloudy overnight with further outbreaks of rain and drizzle.
  • Generally misty with widespread, locally dense, fog persisting across the hills.
  • The wind will be light inland with an easterly breeze along the coast.
  • Minimum Temperature 3C.
    Thursday:
  • Another cloudy day on Thursday with occasional rain or drizzle along with extensive low cloud and hill fog, but most parts becoming dry by evening.
  • Maximum Temperature 8C.

Forecast for Northern Ireland day1to2, from 2014-11-26 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-11-27 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Some mist and fog overnight, mostly dry, some sunshine Thursday
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • The odd shower lingering over County Down, otherwise dry with variable cloud, a few clear intervals and some mist or fog patches forming, especially towards Enniskillen and Omagh.
  • Minimum Temperature 3C.
    Thursday:
  • Mist or fog patches slowly lifting then some sunny intervals.
  • Still the chance of a few showers across coastal parts of Down and Antrim.
  • Maximum Temperature 10C.

Forecast for Southwest England day1to2, from 2014-11-26 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-11-27 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Remaining largely cloudy, damp and murky; especially in the east.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Cloudy and damp for many with low cloud giving hill fog and patchy drizzle, most extensive in the east where a spell of heavier rain is possible.
  • Clearer breaks in western areas later, allowing cooler conditions with some fog patches.
  • Minimum Temperature 2C.
    Thursday:
  • Mostly cloudy, although a better chance than Wednesday of some bright spells, especially in western parts.
  • The southeasterly winds will increase in the west later in the day.
  • Maximum Temperature 10C.

Forecast for Highland & Eilean Siar day1to2, from 2014-11-26 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-11-27 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Dry and clear, some frost and fog overnight
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Any showers will die out leaving a dry evening and night with clear spells.
  • Temperatures dipping quickly with a touch of frost and some fog forming in the glens overnight.
  • Minimum Temperature 0C.
    Thursday:
  • The Isles and far Northwest dry and bright with some sunny spells.
  • Elsewhere mainly dry with patchy fog slowly lifting then cloud and outbreaks of rain reaching Moray Firth.
  • Maximum Temperature 8C.

Forecast for UK day1to2, from 2014-11-26 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-11-27 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Cloudy, damp and murky for many.
  • Patchy frost in northwest.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Cloudy and damp for many with extensive low cloud giving fog across hills and to some lower level sites later.
  • Some heavier rain will affect parts of southern England, before moving slowly north.
  • Patchy frost and fog in clearer northwest.
    Thursday:
  • Dull, misty and damp start for many with these conditions extending north into central Scotland.
  • Drier, somewhat brighter, in extreme west, and later the southwest where it will become breezy.

Forecast for London & Southeast England day1to2, from 2014-11-26 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-11-27 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Cloudy and misty with outbreaks of rain and drizzle.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • It will stay cloudy overnight with further outbreaks of locally heavy rain or drizzle, and with widespread mist and patchy fog persisting.
  • The wind will be light inland but a moderate southerly breeze will affect the south Kent coast.
  • Minimum Temperature 8C.
    Thursday:
  • Mostly cloudy but mild with patchy rain or drizzle and misty at first, but many parts becoming dry during the afternoon, possibly with some brighter spells developing later.
  • Maximum Temperature 13C.

Forecast for East of England day1to2, from 2014-11-26 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-11-27 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Cloudy and misty with outbreaks of rain and drizzle.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • It will stay cloudy overnight with light winds and further outbreaks of rain or drizzle which will turn heavy at times.
  • Widespread mist and patchy fog will persist.
  • Minimum Temperature 8C.
    Thursday:
  • Another mostly cloudy day with patchy rain or drizzle.
  • Early mist and fog will slowly thin.
  • Most parts becoming dry during the afternoon with some brighter spells later.
  • Maximum Temperature 11C.

Forecast for East Midlands day1to2, from 2014-11-26 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-11-27 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Dull and overcast with outbreaks of rain and drizzle.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • It will stay cloudy and misty overnight with further outbreaks of rain and drizzle, and with widespread locally dense fog persisting across higher ground.
  • The easterly breeze will ease to light and variable by midnight.
  • Minimum Temperature 5C.
    Thursday:
  • Another cloudy day with outbreaks rain or drizzle and mist in the morning.
  • Some heavier bursts of rain possible at first, but most parts becoming dry in the afternoon.
  • Maximum Temperature 10C.

Forecast for Strathclyde day1to2, from 2014-11-26 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-11-27 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Chilly tonight with mist, some sunshine on Thursday
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • A good deal of cloud across the region though some breaks developing across Ayrshire and Kintyre with a few mist or fog patches later.
  • Chilly with a touch of frost in a few prone spots.
  • Minimum Temperature 2C.
    Thursday:
  • The west coast will stay mainly dry with some bright or sunny intervals.
  • Cloudier further east with some showery outbreaks of rain developing in the afternoon.
  • Maximum Temperature 9C.

Forecast for Tayside day1to2, from 2014-11-26 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-11-27 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Rain and drizzle, misty.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • A mostly cloudy evening with some patchy light rain and drizzle mainly near the east coast, and turning misty.
  • Some clearer intervals developing well inland and in west with some patchy fog.
  • Minimum Temperature 3C.
    Thursday:
  • A mainly cloudy and misty day with a little rain at times, mainly in the east.
  • Drier in the west with a few brighter intervals.
  • A little milder.
  • Maximum Temperature 10C.

Data supplied by Met Office via Datapoint under OGL licence.
Reference and area map.

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