Evening rain fading. Clear skies developing, with a widespread frost.
This Evening and Tonight:
Any evening rain and cloud will fade away. A cold night then follows, with largely clear skies. Brisk northwesterly winds will also ease, leading to a widespread frost developing. Minimum Temperature -3C.
Cold, crisp start for many, with a sunny day following. Less windy than Saturday, but remaining rather chilly. Cloud is likely to thicken form the northwest during the evening. Maximum Temperature 8C.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
Cloudy and breezy Monday, with rain possible, but less cold. Likely mild, but breezy Tuesday, with spells of heavy rain. Windy Wednesday, but mostly dry, very mild, with brighter spells.
Day 6 to 15
Thursday will probably be wet and windy for most, with heavy rain, gales and hill snow in Scotland. It is likely to be mild in the south, but rather cold in the north. On Friday and over next weekend, wet and windy weather will predominate, especially for central and southern areas, and temperatures will be mainly above average here. There will be some drier, brighter, or perhaps showery weather too. Further north it will probably be drier and brighter generally but cold at times. Towards the end of the month confidence becomes low, but it looks likely that the mixed weather conditions may settle down, with a period of drier, brighter, colder conditions possible by the start of December, though this could be interrupted by a few showers.
Day 16 to 30
A few days of cold, drier and brighter weather is the most likely scenario at the beginning of December, although confidence is low at this stage and there could well be showers around too. Changes in the weather will tend to be rather slow but it looks as though the second and third weeks of December are more likely to include cloudy, wet and windy interludes with milder temperatures.
Met Office : SE : 2017-11-18T13:32:45