Cloud and increasingly patchy rain moving east across the region.
Sunday will start largely dry with some sunshine in the east. However, thicker cloud and rain will edge across Cornwall and Devon during the morning, with patchy light rain reaching eastern parts during the afternoon. Cornwall should brighten up later. Maximum Temperature 13C.
Patchy light rain will die out across eastern areas to leave a mainly dry night with clear spells. Further west it looks fine at first, but with some showers later. Minimum Temperature 7C.
There will be some bright spells on Monday, especially in the west. However, much of the day looks fairly cloudy with the chance of some showers developing at times. Maximum Temperature 11C.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:
Most areas look dry throughout with clear or sunny intervals. However, thicker patches of cloud could give some drizzle over west facing coasts and hills at times. Generally becoming mild.
Day 6 to 15
Many places will stay dry with sunny spells on Thursday and Friday. The far west and northwest is likely to be cloudier and breezier, with some rain and drizzle. Temperatures will widely be above the seasonal average, but sometimes they will be tempered in the north and west by the wind. Towards the end of February and beginning of March, there will probably be a good deal of dry and bright weather across the south and east, but morning fog is likely here. It will be more changeable in the northwest, with the risk of gales, although some drier interludes are possible here. Temperatures are most likely to be mild overall, but overnight frosts will be likely, with a small chance of a colder spell developing in the east later.
Day 16 to 30
For the start of March we are likely to continue to see Atlantic frontal systems mainly affecting northern and western parts, but these will occasionally move further east across the rest of the UK as more active features, with strong winds and rain at times. However, many southern and eastern parts of the UK should remain predominantly settled throughout. Any snow looks most likely to be confined to higher ground in the north, although there remains a small chance of snow to low-levels elsewhere, should a continental easterly airflow develop. Temperatures are likely to remain mild overall, although some night frosts are likley in quieter periods.
Met Office : SW : 2019-02-17T00:33:09