Cloudy with drizzle tonight. Dry Monday, rather cloudy, much cooler.
This Evening and Tonight:
Cloud will increase through this evening and overnight with a few outbreaks of light rain or drizzle spreading southwards later. It will become drier towards dawn, though it will remain cloudy. Winds will be mainly light. Minimum Temperature 5C.
Soon becoming dry in all parts, though it will remain rather cloudy through much of the day. Feeling much cooler with a brisk wind developing, especially along the Lincolnshire coast. Maximum Temperature 10C.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:
Slowly becoming brighter on Tuesday, then mainly fine and dry with variable amounts of cloud and some sunny spells Wednesday and Thursday. Feeling cooler than recently, with overnight frost likely.
UK Outlook for Friday 14 Mar 2014 to Sunday 23 Mar 2014:
Remaining settled and mostly dry on Friday with variable amounts of cloud and sunny spells, with the best of these in the south. However thicker cloud will affect some northwestern parts, gradually moving south during the day, and bringing some light outbreaks of rain and drizzle. Temperatures will be near normal or just above, although colder overnight, perhaps with frost or fog under any clearer skies. Into the weekend it will turn unsettled across the north, with wet and windy periods and hill snow, but staying dry, but cloudier in the south. These unsettled conditions will continue next week in the north, interspersed by colder interludes with wintry showers. Whilst generally staying drier and brighter in the south, some colder and more unsettled weather is also possible at times.
UK Outlook for Monday 24 Mar 2014 to Monday 7 Apr 2014:
The current trend is for fairly typical conditions for the end of March and April, with a changeable mixture of showery outbreaks of rain and drier, sunnier intervals. Although it will also be feeling cold at times. As such, some spells of wet and windy weather should be expected, these most frequent in the north, with the risk of hill snow. However there will also be drier and brighter interludes, with the best of these to the south and east. Temperatures are likely to be near normal or below, especially in the north, and any clearer nights will be rather cold with the risk of frost.
UK Outlook for Sunday 23 Mar 2014 to Sunday 6 Apr 2014:
Current indications suggest fairly typical weather conditions for the time of year being most likely during late March and early April. As such some spells of wet and windy weather or showery conditions should be expected, most likely in the north and west. There will be drier and brighter interludes too, best of these to the south and east. Northwestern parts are most likely to see above average rainfall amounts during this time, and some hill snow is also possible in the north. Temperatures may be a little below average at first, especially to the northwest, and then nearer average later. Given the time of year this does mean any clear nights will tend to be chilly with a risk of frost.
Computer text generated Forecast issued at
Sun 09 Mar 14:33