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Best Weather Uk Next Week
The Detroit Post
Sunday, 28 November, 2021

Best Weather Uk Next Week

author
Danielle Fletcher
• Wednesday, 28 October, 2020
• 7 min read

Issued: 0930 Thursday 14th January 2021 Duty forecaster: Claire Darwinian There will be periods of rain, sleet and snow at first, most of this affecting Scotland and eastern England.

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Tending to be dry at the weekend before more wind, rain and showers arrive next week together with less chilly conditions. Elsewhere, it is likely to be brighter although always with a fair amount of cloud, the best of any sunny spells in the east.

Wintry showers or even longer spells of sleet with snow on high ground over Scotland. Rain affecting Ireland as well as Wales and southern England later.

Cloudy with outbreaks of rain for England, Wales and Ireland. This possibly turning to snow over higher ground in the north of England.

A cold northwesterly flow develops bringing a bright day for most. Friday 22/01/21 Low pressure passes east over southern parts of the British Isles bringing strong winds and outbreaks of rain here.

Staying cold but bright over northern areas with scattered wintry showers. Monday: Outbreaks of rain in the north push southeastwards and reach southern counties in the late afternoon or evening.

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Tuesday: Wet weather affects Northern Ireland and the southern half of Britain in the morning. Brighter skies gradually return from the northwest but there is a risk of it remaining wet in much of the south and east well into Thursday.

Brighter and colder conditions possibly return into the north-west by Sunday. Changeable weather continues with all regions having showers or longer spells of rain.

In the north there is a chance of heavy periods of sleet or snow at times, especially over high ground. There is more uncertainty about temperatures in the south with a greater chance of close to average or mild days.

Through the first half of the week disturbances push southeastwards across the UK bringing periods of wet weather. Cold air remains close to eastern Britain and it leads to the possibility of some sleet or snow, particularly over high ground in the north.

Later on a ridge of high pressure is expected to build, but the north-west may remain under an Atlantic influence. Areas of low pressure could cross the country and pull away eastwards leading to a cold northerly flow becoming established, especially in the north.

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From Monday onwards unsettled conditions look likely to continue, with winds from the north bringing colder conditions from a cold air mass currently resident over Scandinavia west across the north and potentially much of the country at times throughout the week. A north-easterly flow may bring frequent showers, particularly to the northern windward coasts, possibly falling as snow over high ground and sometimes down to low levels.

The jet stream will become shifted southwards bringing rain to southern areas throughout the week, with a possibility of some organized snowfall forming on the leading edge of these features. Confidence for this period is low, though there is a signal for weaker than average westerly winds with Atlantic systems likely to track further south than normal.

Through this period there is a greater than average chance of cold spells across the UK with the associated risk of wintry hazards. There is potential at times for significant snowfall on the boundary between milder and colder air masses, with the greatest risk across central and northern areas.

Heavy snow for parts of the north.This Evening and Tonight: A band of rain, sleet and snow affecting parts of Scotland and northern England, some heavy snowfall over hills. Weather Forecast Info The 14-day forecasts are updated four times a day and use our in house and use the Gets ensembles to give a probabilistic forecast and confidence levels, as at the 7-14 day range, the weather can change quite considerably.

The weather forecast charts are available up to 7 days ahead. The forecast charts are available up to 7 days ahead for 3am, 6am, 9am, Midday, 3pm, 6pm, 9pm and Midnight.

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Many northern, eastern and central areas, cold with a mix of rain, sleet and snow, heavy in places, causing some disruption to travel, especially across higher ground. A largely dry but chilly day for most, areas of low cloud and fog slow to clear, especially in some eastern parts.

From Monday onwards unsettled conditions look likely to continue, with winds from the north bringing colder conditions from a cold air mass currently resident over Scandinavia west across the north and potentially much of the country at times throughout the week. A north-easterly flow may bring frequent showers, particularly to the northern windward coasts, possibly falling as snow over high ground and sometimes down to low levels.

The jet stream will become shifted southwards bringing rain to southern areas throughout the week, with a possibility of some organized snowfall forming on the leading edge of these features. Confidence for this period is low, though there is a signal for weaker than average westerly winds with Atlantic systems likely to track further south than normal.

Through this period there is a greater than average chance of cold spells across the UK with the associated risk of wintry hazards. There is potential at times for significant snowfall on the boundary between milder and colder air masses, with the greatest risk across central and northern areas.

The rest of the working week is expected to see some quite changeable weather across the UK, with a low pressure system on Wednesday and Thursday bringing some widespread rain and cloudy skies. Scotland and Northern England will see a risk of snow or ice for higher ground. From Thursday and into Friday, a ridge of high pressure will extend into the UK from the south and southwest, bringing a respite from the wet weather and also keeping temperatures hovering near normal.

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There are some strong signals for the low pressure track (which at the moment is displaced south in Spain and Italy) to return nearer to the UK, which would bring milder but wetter and windier weather. It usually takes a few weeks for the effects to reach the surface, so around mid-to-late January until early February we expect an increased chance of cold outbreaks. It continues to look like the coldest weather will miss us to the east, staying mostly in Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, and western Russia.

These will be felt most in eastern and northern parts of the UK, while southern and western areas more often slightly milder. A highly variable forecast with large swings in temperature along with some wet and windy days is still expected, continuing from mid-January. Towards the end of January and into early February, there continues to be strong signals for a return of low pressure tracking from the south bringing wetter, windier, and milder conditions.

However, a second weakening of the polar vortex is beginning in Siberia now, and this will likely delay the milder air from reaching us, prolonging the risk of cold. A minor shift in the weather pattern will lead to some large changes in the expected conditions for the UK, so some caution is needed at this range. In general, it will likely be on the colder side of average mixed with some mild, wetter spells that last for 2-3 days at a time.

As a second polar vortex weakening event is ongoing, we will be able to look deeper into February next time to examine when the cold outbreak may end. It's offered every year on the NHS to help protect people at risk of flu and its complications.

Changes have been made to make sure it's safe for you to have the flu vaccine at GP surgeries and pharmacies. These changes include social distancing, hand washing and wearing protective equipment.

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You may be at risk of an allergic reaction to the flu vaccine injection if you have an egg allergy. If you're ill with a high temperature, it's best to wait until you're better before having the flu vaccine.

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