Mist and dense fog could be slow to clear on Thursday but some sunshine may develop later. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph. Next weekend, bands of rain will probably start edging up from the south accompanied by milder but murky conditions at times. Chilly by morning with a touch of frost in rural parts as winds fall light. “Going into Tuesday, the rain will start to push towards Wales, the south-west of England, with most of the UK seeing rain at some point. ", Monday, October 19 - the Met Office states: "A cloudy and rather wet day, with persistent and sometimes heavy rain by the afternoon. Outbreaks of rain then spreading east during the afternoon, persistent and heavy at times across the Pennines. No pollen data. ", Tuesday, October 20 to Thursday, October 22 - the Met Office states: "A rather unsettled picture for the coming days. Cloud then thickens from the west through the day. The latest breakthroughs, research and news from the Met Office. There may be weather warnings in force for the UK, Verification, impacts and post-processing, Climate information for international development, Science for Impacts, Resilience and Adaptation (SIRA), Atmospheric processes and parametrizations, Regional model evaluation and development, Environmental Hazard and Resilience Services, National Meteorological Library & Archive. Winds ESE at 5 to 10 mph. Light showers changing to partly cloudy by early evening. ", Monday, October 19 - the Met Office states: "Dry, cloudy and breezy morning. You can sign up for a free 30-day trial and then pay £4.99 per month. Low 9ºC. Showers. Wednesday 4 November. Next weekend, bands of rain will probably start edging up from the south accompanied by milder but murky conditions at times. Sunrise: 07:16; Sunset: 16:23. Minimum temperature 1 °C. Chilly overnight with local frost and patchy mist or fog, but becoming a little milder by day. Sunrise: 07:18; Sunset: 16:21. To sign up go to www.hayu.com. Maximum temperature 13 °C. The first option will be automatically selected. Minimum temperature 1 °C. This will bring generally dry conditions, particularly for the south, with any spells of wet and windy weather mostly confined to the north. Sunrise: 07:20; Sunset: 16:20. Pollution: Moderate; The latest breakthroughs, research and news from the Met Office. Most parts staying dry through the afternoon, although outbreaks of rain will move into North and West Yorkshire, turning heavy and persistent over the Dales. “This is fairly typical for the time of year.”. Thursday 5 November. ", Tuesday, October 20 to Thursday, October 22 - the Met Office states: "Mainly dry and windy Tuesday, but rather cloudy. ", Monday, October 19 - the Met Office states: "A cloudy and rather wet day, with persistent and sometimes heavy rain, especially across Argyll where some flooding is likely. Media requires JavaScript to play. Here is the Met Office forecast across all regions of England, Wales and Northern Ireland for the days ahead. Gentle winds. ", Monday, October 19 - the Met Office states: "A dry day for many, with cloud thickening through the day. Dry, with bright or sunny spells Thursday, but colder. ... scarves and umbrellas as colder weather appears to be on the horizon. Support your business with world-leading science and technology. Weather (Weather) - This is a combination of all elements displayed as a weather icon Rain (Rainfall) - This is the total amount of rainfall or precipitation expected from stratiform clouds in the forecast period. Towards the latter part of November more generally unsettled conditions could develop more widely. Pollution: Low; High 10ºC. After a chilly start, Wednesday should be dry across the region with some long sunny spells, and with generally light winds. Slight chance of a rain shower. Mostly cloudy. All times are EDT (America/New_York, GMT -0400) unless otherwise stated. Minimum nighttime temperature: 4 degrees Celsius. ", Monday, October 19 - the Met Office states: "A dry but cloudy morning followed by outbreaks of rain through the afternoon. Risk of gales in the far west . Friday will be dry and bright for most although there is a risk of rain and drizzle in the far north. The east of England, the north east and the East Midlands are all also likely to have to put up with heavy rain at times. ", Monday, October 19 - the Met Office states: "A windy and cloudy day. ", Tuesday, October 20 to Thursday, October 22 - the Met Office states: "Still cloudy and generally wet through Tuesday, but rain will gradually turn lighter and more patchy through Wednesday. Derby Weather Forecasts. ", Monday, October 19 - the Met Office states: "A mostly cloudy start, although some early brighter spells are possible. Staying dry across the region overnight with some long clear spells. Minimum Temperature 1 °C. Maximum Temperature 10 °C. Most parts dry with sunny spells. Minimum nighttime temperature: 10 degrees Celsius. Low 6ºC. UV: Low; High 10ºC. Towards the early hours patches of mist and fog will form. Winds SSW at 10 to 15 mph. Use up and down arrows to change selection. Showers. Wednesday is set to be the warmest day next week, with some areas seeing temperatures of 18C. Chilly overnight with local frost and patchy mist or fog, but becoming a little milder by day. High 11ºC. Maximum daytime temperature: 10 degrees Celsius; Winds S at 5 to 10 mph. Overnight showers will ease, and cloud will thin, leaving a dry night with plenty of clear spells. Maximum daytime temperature: 14 degrees Celsius; Minimum nighttime temperature: 6 degrees Celsius. Overcast changing to light showers by lunchtime. The Met Office has warned that future weather extremes of heavy rain and soaring temperatures driven by climate change are likely to break new records. No pollen data. We've brought you back to the current site. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph. Temperatures will be around average for the time of year. Then mainly dry and bright with sunny spells Thursday, but colder. Likely wet Wednesday, with heavy rain spreading north, and perhaps strong winds or coastal gales later. ", Tuesday, October 20 to Thursday, October 22 - the Met Office states: "Becoming drier, brighter Tuesday morning, but further rain in afternoon. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer.