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Weather Forecast for November 2016

UK Outlook for Thursday 10 November 2016:

Showers will mainly affect central and southern parts tomorrow, still with some heavy outbreaks and hail likely. There'll be bright or sunny spells elsewhere though.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Friday will be largely dry and bright. Locally heavy rain and strong winds will spread from the west later though, lasting into Saturday. Sunday will then be drier and brighter.

Updated at: 0123 on Wed 9 Nov 2016
 

UK Outlook for Sunday 13 Nov 2016 to Tuesday 22 Nov 2016:

There is a considerable amount of uncertainty in the forecast at this stage. However, frontal rain will be moving south-eastwards across Scotland and Northern England during Sunday, with the southeast staying dry. Meanwhile, cloud and showery rain will move south-eastwards during Monday. Rather windy in the northwest. Rain will clear away from the southeast on Tuesday, with a mixture of sunshine and scattered showers following on behind from the northwest, with the showers turning wintry over northern hills. Staying unsettled thereafter, with wet and windy weather confined to the northwest. Drier and brighter towards the south and east, but feeling cold with frost and fog overnight. Temperatures will generally be around the average, but possibly mild at times, particularly in the northwest.

Updated at: 1300 on Tue 8 Nov 2016

 


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