Cold night with frost. Thursday mainly dry once showers clear.
This Evening and Tonight:
Cold with a widespread frost and icy patches. Scattered showers developing, perhaps rather heavy, and turning wintry, mainly over higher ground, but possibly to lower levels. Windy, particularly towards the coast. Minimum Temperature -2C.
Cold and frosty at first on Thursday, then mainly dry and bright with sunny spells. Showers becoming restricted to eastern coasts. Breezy at first, with winds gradually easing. Maximum Temperature 5C.
Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
Friday and Saturday cold and mainly bright with possible snow affecting western hills for a time. Staying cold Sunday with rain and some hill snow later. Widespread overnight frosts.
Day 6 to 15
Cold weather will predominate throughout and Monday will start with a widespread frost. Most places will probably be dry and bright during the day but rain showers are likely in the southeast at first. It will be windy in northwest Scotland, with blustery showers and further snow on hills. The showers may well spread further south and east on Tuesday. These are likely to bring hill snow to many areas, and perhaps some snow at low levels for a time. The timing of this is quite uncertain though. Unsettled and generally cold weather will continue, bringing rain, sleet and sometimes snow. Snow is possible anywhere but more likely over northern and eastern areas and over high ground. Overnight frosts remain likely.
Day 16 to 30
Cold and sometimes very cold weather will still be in place for the extended outlook. It will be changeable though, especially at first, with spells of strong winds and rain, turning to snow at times. Overnight frosts will be common and widespread. Snow will mainly affect higher ground in the north, but there will be a higher risk than usual of snow at lower levels, even in the south. The details of any disruptive snow remains uncertain. With easterly winds predominating, the driest and brightest weather is likely in the northwest. Short milder and wetter interludes are possible too, most likely in the south, but with these comes an increased risk of snow and ice further north.
Met Office : YH : 2019-01-16T13:41:00
Issued: 0600 on 2019-01-16 for Peak District
Dull with hill fog in the morning, but a band of showery rain and summit snow will cross the Park late morning then a drier and brighter afternoon, but becoming colder with wintry showers developing.
Severe Chill Effect: Medium Likelihood
Poor Visibility: Medium Likelihood
Heavy Persistent Rain: Low Likelihood
|Day 1|| |
The odd wintry shower overnight, but mainly dry and cold with clear spells. Thursday will then be cold, dry and bright with sunny spells, but high cloud will increase through the afternoon and evening.
|Day 2|| |
Mainly dry and bright but cloud will slowly thicken to perhaps bring a little sleet or snow later in the day. Strengthening southeasterly winds, perhaps reaching gale force over the tops later. Freezing level rising to 500m later.
|Day 3|| |
Cloudy and dull start with perhaps some sleet or snow, but dry and bright by the afternoon. Strong southeasterly winds, though gales over the tops at first. Feeling bitterly cold in the wind with freezing level falling down to 300m again by the evening.
|Day 4|| |
Mainly dry and cold,. Rather cloudy through the morning but more in the way of sunshine for the afternoon. Fresh easterly winds over the tops. Freezing level falling to as low as 200m.
Data: Met Office