Issued: 0900hrs Monday 27th January 2018
Duty forecaster: Garry Nicholson
Often windy and cloudy
Following a chilly start to this week, temperatures will rise again beyond midweek as winds turn back to the southwest. Very mild across England & Wales into the weekend. Rain will come through from time to time as fronts sweep in from the west.
For the weather for the next few days click here
Low pressure to the north brings rain to western Scotland. A risk of some rain also affecting the far south and southwest of England. Cloudy with patchy rain in Wales and northwest England. Dry with sunny spells in eastern England. Highs of 6C in northern Scotland to 8 to 10C everywhere else.
A mild southwesterly wind affects the country with fronts passing eastwards. A cloudy and windy day with rain spreading from west to east, heaviest in the west. Sunny spells and showers follow from the west. Feeling milder for all with highs ranging from 8C in northern Scotland to 12C in southern England.
West to southwesterly winds continue to bring cloud and outbreaks of rain in from the Atlantic. Eastern areas generally drier. Feeling mild. Highs of 9 to 13C.
Sunday looks unsettled with low pressure nearby bringing further outbreaks of rain and strong winds. Continuing milder however with high temperatures of 7 to 13C.
Blustery winds for most places, and areas of rain for northern areas. May become wintry over Scottish hills. Drier in the south. Highs of 6 to 10C.
Pressure may build gradually toward midweek, allowing things to settle down. A few wintry showers spreading from the north for a time. Highs 4 to 8C.