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Weather Forecast for December 2016

UK Forecast for Friday 2 December 2016:

Generally dry but rather cloudy with some bright or sunny spells at times. A band of patchy rain slowly edges westwards from the east coast with drier, clearer conditions following.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

The outlook period will be generally brighter and mainly dry. Rather cold with frosty nights and fog patches, which will be slow to clear. Becoming windy in the south-west.

Updated at: 0136 on Thu 1 Dec 2016

UK Outlook for Monday 5 Dec 2016 to Wednesday 14 Dec 2016:

Monday and Tuesday are likely to see a continuation of dry and settled weather, with sunny spells. Where the cloud breaks overnight, this is likely to bring overnight frost and fog. From Wednesday, the far north-west will probably get outbreaks of rain combined with stronger winds, which will gradually move further south. As they do so, the wind and rain will gradually die away so the south-east is likely to stay mostly dry with high pressure dominating. Overnight frost and fog patches are likely there and these may be slow to clear by day. Temperatures on the whole will continue to be on the cold side, but as the more unsettled weather spreads across the north of the country, milder interludes are more likely here at least.

Updated at: 1203 on Wed 30 Nov 2016


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