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High Temp
11.1 °C
Bude

Low Temp
-3.8 °C
Aboyne

Precipitation
41.8 mm
Port Ellen

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1.4 hours
Camborne

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Month Ahead Forecast

 


Mostly dry on Thursday before heavy rain arrives after dusk.


This Evening and Tonight: Remaining largely windy and cloudy this evening with outbreaks of light rain or showers. Winds easing overnight as rain clears eastern districts by dawn. Most parts ending the night dry but rather cold. Minimum Temperature 3C.


Thursday: A mostly cloudy start, though rather cold, perhaps an isolated shower. Winds will be mostly light before a band of rain and strong winds approaches from the west later. Maximum Temperature 8C.


Outlook for Friday to Sunday: Mostly dry and clear Friday with a moderate north-westerly breeze. A dry start Saturday but rain arriving from the west later as winds strengthen. Likely cloudy but mostly dry Sunday.


UK Outlook for Monday 13 Dec 2021 to Wednesday 22 Dec 2021: Generally unsettled across the north at the start of the period, with strong west or southwesterly winds bringing periods of heavy or persistent rain and a risk of gales at times. Likely to be drier and brighter across many central, eastern and southern locations, though periods of rain cannot be ruled out, with lighter winds in the south leading to an increasing chance of overnight fog. As we go through the period, these more settled conditions in the south are likely to spread to most areas, with spells of rain and wind becoming less frequent and tending to be confined to the north and northwest. Temperatures likely remaining rather mild, though a risk of frost is possible during some colder interludes.


UK Outlook for Thursday 23 Dec 2021 to Thursday 6 Jan 2022: Heading into the Christmas period, widespread settled conditions are likely. Temperatures perhaps close to or slightly above average for this time of year, however some colder interludes may bring a risk of frost at times. The last week of December and into early January is looking to remain settled, with an increasing chance of frost and fog during clearer spells for Christmas and towards New Year.




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