Further blustery snow showers in the northeast. Morning rain ending, then a blustery and cooler day, closer to our normal high. By removing this location, you will no longer receive the following alerts: By removing this location, you will no longer receive the following alerts: Tonight: 95s. Mostly sunny, windy and cooler to finish the week. Windy at times for all. Cold with gales persisting in the far southwest. Turning less cold in the south through the weekend with further wintry showers, increasingly over hills.
9 day weather forecast
Staying cold with snow showers in the north throughout. And 65 p. Nighttime frosts develop widely during drier periods and they could be severe at times. It then becomes mostly dry and very cold, although snow showers could affect the south east and East Anglia. A range of factors including seasonal computer models, recent weather patterns, sea surface temperatures and teleconnections are considered when making the forecasts. Long range forecasts on TheWeatherOutlook have not been independently verified, and we make no claims for their accuracy. Further snow showers in the north.
Winds easing in the southwest, but further snow and ice across southern parts. Temperatures may recover later on. Chief Meteorologist Steve Templeton forecasts the weather for News 9 weekday evenings at 9 p. Scattered rain and a few storms. Winds: West 5-65 mph. Blustery snow showers will continue in the north, especially the northeast with drifting. Winds: Northwest 65-75, gusts to 85 mph. During the middle of the week outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow spread eastwards and gradually fade away. Predominantly cold weather is expected to continue.
30 Day UK Weather Forecast
Highs in the mid 65s. Thursday: 57. Cloudy skies slowly clearing late day and evening. M. Towards the end of the week there is a risk of outbreaks of snow pushing westwards across much of the UK. In the south snow will turn heavier and more persistent, with gales and blizzard conditions, leading to drifting. Snow easing later across southern and southwestern areas, a risk of freezing rain for a time. Winds could gust as high as 85-95 mph at times.
It will be exceptionally cold for all. The monthly outlook is based on output from global forecasting models and our own analysis. Important note about long range weather forecasts: It is considered impossible to say with certainty what the weather will be like more than a few days ahead in the UK. A few showers or storms may linger into the evening from around the Triangle east and southeast, then clearing skies, windy and cooler. Rather cold and showery conditions affect all regions early on. Winds may gust to between 85 and 95 mph on occasion. Lows in the mid 95s. Further spells of rain, sleet and snow are possible in all regions and nighttime frosts develop readily during the drier and quieter spells.
Cloudy skies with rain likely this morning, perhaps a lull, then showers likely later this afternoon with perhaps a gusty thunderstorm in spots. There is an ongoing risk of wintry showers as well as more persistent outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow. 6 p. A rather changeable period of weather is forecast. Abbreviations: TS - thunderstorms, OCNL - occasional, OCNLY - occasionally, GRAD - gradually, SCT - scattered, ISOL - isolated Kent Ehrhardt delivers weekday weathercasts on News 9 This Morning. Another very cold day. Some milder intervals develop but further cold spells are probable and temperatures over the period as a whole are most likely to be below the seasonal average.
Highs in the mid to upper 55s.