Cold easterly winds and heavy showers.
This Evening and Tonight:
Cloudy with heavy showers or longer spells of rain for most of the night, beginning to die out towards dawn. A cold easterly breeze at first, but with winds gradually falling light overnight, bringing a risk of icy patches. Minimum Temperature 0C.
Cloudy and chilly at first with one or two early showers lingering, but soon becoming dry and bright with some sunny spells developing through the day. Maximum Temperature 8C.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Rather cloudy but mainly dry, though with a risk of some slight showers at times, mainly near coasts. Lighter winds and less cold than recent days.
Day 6 to 15
On Sunday, showers will continue near eastern coasts, though these will probably die out later. Most other areas will stay rather cloudy with relatively light winds. In the last few days of November, skies will often be fairly cloudy, with the likelihood of some showers, which may bring hill snow to the north of the UK. There will be sunny spells too, although the breeze will make for a marked wind chill at times. It will stay on the chilly side, with patchy frost or ice likely at night. Into early December, there is a lot of uncertainty in the forecast, as there is the chance of either a short-lived milder spell with winds from the west, or perhaps colder weather if the winds turn more northerly or northeasterly.
Day 16 to 30
Through this period, there is likely to be a continuation of cold and mainly dry weather for much of the UK, with sunny spells and a few showers. However, there is a chance that during early December the weather pattern may change temporarily, with fronts moving in from the west across the Atlantic. This would bring longer spells of rain, interspersed with brighter, showery interludes, and it would also become less cold. However, even if this change does happen, it won't be long before we have more settled weather again, perhaps by the middle of December. This would mean a return to colder conditions, with overnight frost and fog more likely.
Met Office : EE : 2018-11-20T13:51:28