Dry with some sunny spells after a chilly start.
Patchy mist and fog will clear through the morning to leave a dry day with some spells of sunshine, although more cloudy at times across the Pennines. Maximum Temperature 11C.
Less chilly than Saturday night as more general cloud spreads from the east, the cloud perhaps thick enough to give the odd shower by Monday morning. Minimum Temperature 3C.
Some bright or sunny intervals, but with showers becoming more frequent. Feeling colder than of late as the easterly wind strengthens. Maximum Temperature 9C.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:
Showers, and perhaps some longer spells of rain. Some snow on hills, and to lower levels in heavier showers, and some ice overnight. Feeling cold in the strong northeast winds.
Day 6 to 15
Throughout this period, the winds look likely to blow in from the east, across continental Europe. This will often bring cloudy skies, with the best of any sunshine in western areas. There is also the likelihood of some showers, these most frequent in eastern parts, but perhaps becoming more widespread and persistent at times. With a chill in the air, there is scope for some sleet or snow, but this will most likely be restricted to the hills. The breeze will make for a marked wind chill at times in the south. With lighter winds further north, and under clear skies at night, overnight frosts are likely to become more common. There is also a small chance of even colder conditions going into early December, in northerly winds.
Day 16 to 30
Through this period, there may be a continuation of the cold and mainly settled conditions for much of the UK, with some showers coming in from the east. However, there is a chance that during early December the weather pattern may change, 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 the change does happen, it won't be long before we have more settled conditions again, perhaps by the middle of December. This would mean a return to the colder conditions with overnight frost and fog.
Met Office : YH : 2018-11-18T00:21:30
Issued: 0600 on 2018-11-18 for Peak District
Early mist clearing then dry and sunny. Windy at height.
Gales: Low Likelihood
Severe Chill Effect: Low Likelihood
Poor Visibility: Low Likelihood
|Day 1|| |
Cloud will increase overnight to leave a mostly cloudy start to Monday with the odd spot of rain but a few sunny spells will develop through the late morning and afternoon. Scattered showers will develop by afternoon, these wintry on the highest summits. Feeling colder than of late with a significant wind chill on the summits.
|Day 2|| |
Mainly cloudy with occasional showers, wintry above 600m and perhaps frequent in the east. Feeling cold with strong northeasterly winds on the tops.
|Day 3|| |
Further showers, these wintry above 500-600m, and perhaps merging to longer spells of rain and sleet. Feeling cold with a strong east or northeasterly wind.
|Day 4|| |
Cold with strong east or southeast winds. Rather cloudy with occasional showers, falling as sleet or snow above 500-600m.
Data: Met Office