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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Monday 17 Sep 2007 to Wednesday 26 Sep 2007:

    Outbreaks of rain will clear southwards on Monday, followed by a strong, cold northerly airflow for a couple of days. These northerly winds, perhaps up to gale force in the north will bring a mixture of sunshine and showers, the showers wintry over the higher mountains of Scotland. Showers should be few and far between for many southwestern areas with more sunshine here. During the rest of next week, temperatures should slowly recover to nearer the seasonal average as winds back round more to the west, but it is likely to remain unsettled and at times windy, especially in the north. The sunniest weather is likely to transfer more towards the southeast. Little change is likely into the following week, rather unsettled and at times windy with temperatures near normal.

    Updated: 1332 on Wed 12 Sep 2007

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  • Location: Upper Tweeddale, Scottish Borders 240m ASL
  • Location: Upper Tweeddale, Scottish Borders 240m ASL
    UK Outlook for Tuesday 18 Sep 2007 to Thursday 27 Sep 2007:

    Rain over parts of East and Southeast England soon clearing on Tuesday with a clear and generally dry northerly airflow for a couple of days. Rather chilly especially at night with ground frost and perhaps isolated air frost. Rain is expected to reach the Northwest later on Wednesday, the rest of the week becoming rather unsettled with rain or showers for all parts. The heaviest and most persistent rain over the northwest where it will be windy at times with the best of the dry and brighter conditions over the south and east. Temperatures recovering to near normal as the winds back to the west or southwest. Little change is likely into the following week, rather unsettled and at times windy conditions continuing with temperatures near normal.

    Updated: 1157 on Thu 13 Sep 2007

    From: http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_...st_weather.html

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  • Location: Nairn
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    UK Outlook for Wednesday 19 Sep 2007 to Friday 28 Sep 2007:

    Although southern areas will be dry for much of Wednesday with some sunshine, unsettled conditions are expected for much of the period with showers and some longer spells of rain for all parts. The heaviest and most persistent rain is likely over the north and northwest where it will be windy at times with gales over exposed areas. Some brighter and drier interludes especially over the south at the beginning of next week with the risk of overnight mist and fog patches forming. With generally west or southwesterly winds temperatures will be mostly near normal but it will become rather warm at times in the brighter interludes though with a few chilly nights. These most likely over the south.

    Updated: 1212 on Fri 14 Sep 2007

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Friday 21 Sep 2007 to Sunday 30 Sep 2007:

    This period will start generally unsettled with showers and some longer spells of rain for all parts. The heaviest and most persistent rain is likely over the north and northwest where it will be windy at times with gales likely at times over exposed areas. Over the week-end and into next week northern parts will remain unsettled but some brighter and drier interludes are expected to develop over the south where clear periods at night will give the risk of mist and fog patches forming. With generally west or southwesterly winds temperatures will be mostly near normal but it will become rather warm at times in the brighter, drier interludes though with a few chilly nights. These most likely over the south.

    Updated: 1305 on Sun 16 Sep 2007

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  • Location: Nairn
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    UK Outlook for Sunday 23 Sep 2007 to Tuesday 2 Oct 2007:

    An unsettled start to the outlook period is expected with plenty of cloud and showers or spells of rain, most persistent and locally heavy in the west. Brighter conditions and scattered showers are likely to spread in from the northwest by mid-week with drier, brighter weather in the south too, however, there will still be a risk of some outbreaks of rain. A generally windy spell, especially in the north and east, with gales possible over northern Scotland at first. Currently it looks like becoming more settled again for a few days towards the end of next week, before further weather fronts are expected to spread cloud and rain in from the Atlantic again. Temperatures around or just below normal generally, perhaps rather warm in any prolonged sunny spells.

    Updated: 1332 on Tue 18 Sep 2007

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  • Location: Nairn
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    UK Outlook for Tuesday 25 Sep 2007 to Thursday 4 Oct 2007:

    Generally unsettled across the UK through this period with showers or longer spells of rain, most of the rain in the north and west where some heavy spells of rain are expected. The best of the drier and brighter spells is likely in the south and east although even here there will be some rain at times. Sometimes windy especially in the north and west where there is a risk of gales, and breezy at times elsewhere as well. Temperatures for the most part close to the seasonal average although it will feel quite cool at times in the wind. Overnight temperatures as well will be close to normal with no significant frost problems expected.

    Updated: 1533 on Thu 20 Sep 2007

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  • Location: Nairn
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    UK Outlook for Friday 28 Sep 2007 to Sunday 7 Oct 2007:

    Eastern England is likely to see some showers, locally heavy, to end the week, with most other places fine and dry with sunny spells. Overnight mist and fog patches are likely and it will be rather cold generally, so some ground frosts are expected inland. Those showers should ease away from eastern parts by Sunday leaving fine weather for most into next week with temperatures recovering to around normal. However, unsettled conditions with spells of rain are likely to spread northeastwards across more western areas next Monday or Tuesday. Thereafter there is plenty of uncertainty over the forecast but there is a risk of fairly unsettled conditions spreading across most other parts during the second part of next week, although temperatures should be around or just above normal.

    Updated: 1305 on Sun 23 Sep 2007

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  • Location: Nairn
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    UK Outlook for Saturday 29 Sep 2007 to Monday 8 Oct 2007:

    Central and eastern England are likely to be rather cold with some showers, locally heavy, on Saturday, with most other places fine and dry with sunny spells. Overnight mist and fog patches are expected, with some ground frost possible inland. Those showers should become more isolated on Sunday leaving some fine weather, however spells of rain are likely to spread across western areas during the day. Unsettled and rather cloudy conditions with showers or longer spells of rain are then likely to become widespread across the UK for much of next week. High pressure to the north is forecast to bring the driest and brightest conditions across northern Scotland. Temperatures should be around normal, perhaps rising to just above normal in the south later next week.

    Updated: 1321 on Mon 24 Sep 2007

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    UK Outlook for Sunday 30 Sep 2007 to Tuesday 9 Oct 2007:

    High pressure will be dominant across many areas of the UK giving a good deal of dry weather with mostly light winds. This will give some sunny spells by day with temperatures near normal but under clear skies at night it will turn cold with patchy mist and fog and perhaps some ground frost at times too. Not all areas will be completely dry though with some southern parts of Britain liable to cloudier skies and perhaps a few showers at first, with northern parts of the UK increasingly liable to wetter spells in the latter days of this period. Temperatures for the most part near normal although some southern and western areas could see temperatures rise above normal.

    Updated: 1504 on Tue 25 Sep 2007

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  • Location: Nairn
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    UK Outlook for Tuesday 2 Oct 2007 to Thursday 11 Oct 2007:

    This period may start rather unsettled in some places with some showers or longer spells of rain, particularly in the south and east of the country. The northwest could have the best weather at first with some brighter spells. Throughout much of the rest of the forecast period, further showers or are likely almost anywhere, but perhaps becoming more biased towards western and northwestern areas, with some good spells of drier, brighter and fairly warm weather for the time of year, in southern and southeastern parts. Winds are most likely to come from a southerly quadrant in this period, which will lead to most places having temperatures on the warm side of average, particularly by night.

    Updated: 1217 on Thu 27 Sep 2007

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    UK Outlook for Friday 28 Sep 2007 to Sunday 7 Oct 2007:

    Eastern England is likely to see some showers, locally heavy, to end the week, with most other places fine and dry with sunny spells. Overnight mist and fog patches are likely and it will be rather cold generally, so some ground frosts are expected inland. Those showers should ease away from eastern parts by Sunday leaving fine weather for most into next week with temperatures recovering to around normal. However, unsettled conditions with spells of rain are likely to spread northeastwards across more western areas next Monday or Tuesday. Thereafter there is plenty of uncertainty over the forecast but there is a risk of fairly unsettled conditions spreading across most other parts during the second part of next week, although temperatures should be around or just above normal.

    Updated: 1305 on Sun 23 Sep 2007

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    Are you crazy!!! :mellow: What fog & what sun. As for temps. being above average, you're having a laugh. You're f/cast is total rubbish, nothing like reality. It's actually dull, dry, chilly & breezy with temps abnormally cold for time of year. It will improve (can't physically get worse), but please take a little more care & try looking out the window for once......it really does help.

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  • Location: Bedworth, North Warwickshire 404ft above sea level
  • Location: Bedworth, North Warwickshire 404ft above sea level
    Are you crazy!!! :mellow: What fog & what sun. As for temps. being above average, you're having a laugh. You're f/cast is total rubbish, nothing like reality. It's actually dull, dry, chilly & breezy with temps abnormally cold for time of year. It will improve (can't physically get worse), but please take a little more care & try looking out the window for once......it really does help.

    Erm????!!!! Point 1.........further outlook (future) Point 2...... forecast from the Met Office! :)

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 3 Oct 2007 to Friday 12 Oct 2007:

    This forecast period may start rather unsettled in many places with some showers or longer spells of rain, of which some may be heavy, and in the south, thundery. Throughout the weekend and during the following week, further showers or are likely almost anywhere, but perhaps becoming more biased towards western and northwestern areas, where it could be windy at times. Some good spells of drier, brighter and fairly warm weather for the time of year, are likely in southern and southeastern parts with high pressure over the near continent. Winds are most likely to come from a southerly quadrant in this period, which will lead to most places having temperatures on the warm side of average, particularly by night.

    Updated: 1210 on Fri 28 Sep 2007

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  • Location: Nairn
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    UK Outlook for Thursday 4 Oct 2007 to Saturday 13 Oct 2007:

    Plenty of cloud and outbreaks of rain are expected across northern Britain and N.Ireland through the end of next week and into the following one. The most persistent rain, and perhaps some heavy bursts at times, are expected to the northwest, where it will be windy too. Elsewhere will be largely dry with broken cloud and some sunny spells, but also occasional showers, and overnight fog patches are likely under any cloud breaks. Generally it will be rather warm with mild nights. Towards the end of this forecast period, northern parts are likely to have a drier spell, whilst there is more chance of cloud and outbreaks of rain in the south, although there is still some uncertainty over these details.

    Updated: 1203 on Sat 29 Sep 2007

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  • Location: Nairn
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    UK Outlook for Friday 5 Oct 2007 to Sunday 14 Oct 2007:

    Much of the UK will be dry at first with some bright or sunny intervals after the clearance of overnight mist and fog patches, but outbreaks of rain are likely at times across parts of Scotland and perhaps Northern Ireland. Thereafter the weather is expected to be generally drier than average, with the greatest risk of significant rain in the northwest of the UK. Gales will probably be less frequent than average. Some bright or sunny intervals are likely during the day after the clearance of overnight mist and fog patches. Temperatures are expected to be around the average for the first half of October, but it could be on the warm side in sunnier parts.

    Updated: 1328 on Sun 30 Sep 2007

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    UK Outlook for Saturday 6 Oct 2007 to Monday 15 Oct 2007:

    Patchy rain is likely in central parts of the UK on Saturday, showers are expected to the north but it should be dry in the south. The rain risk will transfer to the north on Sunday leaving the south dry but often cloudy. Some bright or sunny spells may develop with clear intervals overnight. Most places will be dry but rather cloudy during the first part of the week; any breaks in the cloud will allow mist and fog to form overnight. The second half of the period will probably be mainly dry with the greatest risk of rain in the northwest of the UK. Temperatures will be near or a little above average and gales will be less frequent than average.

    Updated: 1325 on Mon 1 Oct 2007

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    UK Outlook for Sunday 7 Oct 2007 to Tuesday 16 Oct 2007:

    High pressure should bring fine conditions with some sunny spells to most parts and perhaps some early morning mist and fog patches during the outlook period. Northern and northwestern parts are most likely to see some showers or spells of rain at times, although there may be some rain in the west too at first next week. Otherwise it should be generally dry. Winds will be light in the main with temperatures around or a little above normal, perhaps warm in the sunnier parts of the south. Some ground frost patches may develop under any overnight clear spells. By the start of the second week, more unsettled and breezier conditions may spread from the west across all parts.

    Updated: 1358 on Tue 2 Oct 2007

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Monday 8 Oct 2007 to Wednesday 17 Oct 2007:

    Areas of cloud may be thick enough to bring some light drizzle in parts of the south at first, and there is a low risk of some outbreaks of rain moving eastwards across the UK next Monday and Tuesday. Otherwise it should be generally dry with high pressure bringing fine conditions with some sunny spells and perhaps some early morning mist and fog patches. Winds will be light in the main with temperatures around or a little above normal, perhaps warm in the sunnier parts of the south. Some ground frost patches may develop under any overnight clear spells. By the start of the second week, more unsettled and breezier conditions could spread from the west across all parts for a brief time before high pressure reasserts itself.

    Updated: 1331 on Wed 3 Oct 2007

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    UK Outlook for Tuesday 9 Oct 2007 to Thursday 18 Oct 2007:

    High pressure will prevail throughout next week, and into next weekend, with largely dry and settled conditions across much of the UK. This will allow pleasant sunshine by day, and clear spells overnight which could lead to local pockets of mist and fog. However, on Tuesday (9th) there is the risk of a little showery rain over Northern Ireland, western and northern Scotland and perhaps a few other western areas. Temperatures will be near normal in many places, although some districts could see a little overnight frost at times, especially across the northeast of the UK, and winds should be light for many. The generally dry and settled weather looks like continuing into the following week, too, although parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland could become a little more unsettled.

    Updated: 1214 on Thu 4 Oct 2007

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  • Location: Nairn
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    UK Outlook for Wednesday 10 Oct 2007 to Friday 19 Oct 2007:

    There could be some rain across southeastern parts at first on Wednesday. However, this should quickly move away with high pressure once again becoming established across much of the UK during the latter part of next week, through next weekend and into the following week. This will lead to dry, bright and settled conditions for most with variable cloud, leading to some pleasant sunny spells by day and patches of mist and fog at night. Winds will be light and so it should feel very pleasant in the sunshine. However, it will be quite chilly at night, perhaps with a ground frost in places. The north and northwest of the UK, mainly north and northwest Scotland, will be somewhat more unsettled with some heavier rain at times and stronger winds.

    Updated: 1212 on Fri 5 Oct 2007

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Friday 12 Oct 2007 to Sunday 21 Oct 2007:

    During the first few days of the forecast, there could be a few outbreaks of rain in western parts, moving erratically eastwards, though rainfall amounts in the south and east are likely to be small. Thereafter an area of high pressure to the south dominates for a time with the most unsettled conditions reserved for the north, while the south enjoys some dry weather with brighter spells and some patchy mist or fog by night. Temperatures are likely to be above average for the time of year, particularly in the brighter spells in the south. Towards the end of the week and the following weekend, the more unsettled, sometimes wet and windy, and less warm conditions may spread further south.

    Updated: 1214 on Sun 7 Oct 2007

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    UK Outlook for Saturday 13 Oct 2007 to Monday 22 Oct 2007:

    The weekend is expected to start settled across England and Wales with largely dry conditions, although with some rain and strong winds across Scotland and Northern Ireland. Outbreaks of rain will extend southwards to England and Wales later on Sunday and Monday. Through the following week it is expected to become increasingly unsettled with bands of rain at times and brighter spells in between. The southeast will be driest with rain heavy at times across western and northern hills. It will be mild with sometimes strong south to southwesterly winds. The following weekend including Monday will be wet and windy with some heavy rain at times and strong to gale force southwesterly winds especially across Scotland and Northern Ireland. Generally on the mild side, but feeling fresh.

    Updated: 1154 on Mon 8 Oct 2007

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  • Location: Upper Tweeddale, Scottish Borders 240m ASL
  • Location: Upper Tweeddale, Scottish Borders 240m ASL
    UK Outlook for Tuesday 16 Oct 2007 to Thursday 25 Oct 2007:

    An unsettled start to the period is expected with cloud and outbreaks of rain and rather breezy conditions across all parts next Tuesday, perhaps with some heavy rain and gales in the northwest. Drier, brighter weather is forecast to spread in on Wednesday, leaving a largely fine, dry period with sunny spells and a risk of night-time frost and fog patches. However, more unsettled weather with outbreaks of rain is likely to continue feeding across northwest Scotland. There is a risk that the more unsettled weather may spread back in across the rest of the UK during the following week, although this is still very uncertain. Temperatures around normal initially, but rising to above normal to rather warm in the more settled conditions later next week.

    Updated: 1201 on Thu 11 Oct 2007

    From: http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_...st_weather.html

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  • Location: Upper Tweeddale, Scottish Borders 240m ASL
  • Location: Upper Tweeddale, Scottish Borders 240m ASL
    UK Outlook for Wednesday 17 Oct 2007 to Friday 26 Oct 2007:

    High pressure is expected to dominate the start of this period giving mostly dry and settled weather across the UK although the far north is expected to be windier and wetter at times. At first, often clear skies will give sunshine by day but chilly nights with a risk of fog and ground frost. However, by the end of next week cloudier skies will result in milder nights but often rather grey skies by day. Temperatures near normal at first but becoming rather above normal by the end of next week. Beyond that, the best of the dry and settled weather will be across the south and east but even here some rain at times. Northern areas becoming more unsettled with rain and stronger winds. Temperatures near or above normal.

    Updated: 1158 on Fri 12 Oct 2007

    From: http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_...st_weather.html

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  • Location: Nairn
  • Location: Nairn

    UK Outlook for Saturday 20 Oct 2007 to Monday 29 Oct 2007:

    The far north and northwest of Scotland is likely to see some rain at times over the coming weekend and into the first part of next week. Most other places, however, look like being dry as high pressure takes hold across the country, ensuring fine and settled conditions. Cloud amounts will be variable, allowing sunny spells, and with just light winds it should feel very pleasant. The nights will be rather chilly, however, with a risk of frost in prone locations, as well as some patches of mist and fog. Later next week, and into the following weekend, there is an increasing chance of somewhat more unsettled conditions beginning to move in from the west, bringing some rain and showers. Some eastern parts, however, may well remain dry.

    Updated: 1200 on Mon 15 Oct 2007

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