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Drier in the South, more unsettled in the North

Outlook Summary
High pressure over Northern France over the next few days looks to continue the dry and settled weather tomorrow over much of England and Wales, further North Atlantic fronts look to bring cloud and patchy rain, this looks to spread further South during Wednesday followed by showers and a strengthening wind.

Tuesday
Over England and Wales the day will start frosty, and also there maybe some fog patches in the South which maybe slow to clear. Generally here it will be dry with sunny spells during the day, though it looks like cloud will increase over North Wales and Northern England during the afternoon with maybe a little light rain by the evening in the NW. Further North over Scotland a warm front looks to give cloud and patchy light rain throughout the day the heaviest of which will be over Western Scotland particularly over high ground, less rain over Eastern Scotland. Temperatures reaching about 6-8C over Central, Southern and Eastern England, 7-12C over SW England and Wales. Scotland will reach 6-8C in the East to 9-10C in the West. Winds generally light and from the SW over England and Wales, windier over Scotland with a moderate to strong breeze.

Wednesday
England and Wales could start dry but cloudy over many areas for much of the day - though there could be some early brightness in the South and South-East. Rain looks to spread down from the NW during the morning reaching West and North Wales and much of Northern England by the early afternoon, this band of rain looks like it will weaken by the time it reaches the South East by late evening, by which time it could be patchy drizzle. Further North over Scotland the day looks to start wet and windy with some heavy rain during the morning spreading SE. Winds could touch Gale Force as a deepening area of low pressure skirts the NW of Scotland during the day. The cold front bringing the rain during the morning looks to introduce somewhat colder air from the NW, this may bring some snow to the Highlands as clearer but showery weather arrives in from the NW during the afternoon. Temperatures over England and Wales reaching around 9-11C, turning colder during the afternoon over Scotland with temps reaching 3C over the highlands to 6-7C elsewhere during the afternoon.

Thursday
A cloudy start over England and Wales with perhaps some patchy light rain or drizzle around, the day looks to remain cloudy over most areas though there could be a little brightness in the far South. Later in the day another frontal system could arrive from the West bringing some drizzle or light rain across Wales and Northern England. Over Scotland, the East may start dry but cloudy, but it looks like rain will spread in from the West during the morning with some heavy bursts, particularly in the West. Temperatures 7-10C over England and Wales, 6-9C over Scotland. Winds lightest over Southern England, windier in the North.

Outlook towards Weekend
Friday may see patchy rain spreading South weakening as it does so, followed by drier weather as high pressure builds from the SW. Saturday and Sunday at the moment look settled with high pressure around.

Net Weather will monitor the conditions and advise of serious weather conditions by issuing alerts.

Nick Finnis Forecaster for Net Weather
Issued at 8.00pm on Monday 19th December 2005

Please note, that this forecast is covered by the net-weather terms and conditions of use, which are viewable Here



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