BRITS set for a mild and cloudy start to Sunday with patchy rain and drizzle moving southwards.
There will be some sunny spells in the north. But it will also be windy, with local gales expected.
UK weather forecast for 6am on Sunday
UK weather forecast for 3pm on Sunday
Winds are set to ease on Monday, with mostly cloudy skies and patchy rain continuing on Tuesday.
It’s set to be chillier over night next week, with rain sweeping eastwards on Wednesday. We can also expect showers.
Blustery, wintry showers will continue in northeastern areas of the UK on Thursday.
It’s expected to be mostly settled weather before outbreaks of rain move eastwards on Friday.
Winds will be strong with a risk of gales in the Northeast.
Later on in the week, it looks set to remain cold, unsettled and possibly windy.
Milder spells over the next week with be brief and there’s likely to be spells of rain. The rain could also turn to snow.
There will be drier, brighter spells in the East and frost could be widespread.
During the last week of January, we are likely to see colder weather across the UK.
This could bring a greater risk of snow, ice and widespread frost.
However, it remains uncertain how long the cold snap will lost and it is still possibly we will see milder and wetter spells in the South.
UK surface pressure forecast for 12pm Sunday
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