UK weather forecast: Strong winds will hit Britain at 62 km / h overnight | Weather | New
Maps and graphs show that from 9 p.m. the UK will experience high winds along coastal areas. This precedes a higher risk of “winter showers” as mid-November approaches.
WXCharts charts show that Atlantic pressure will cause stronger winds.
At 9 p.m., gusts of wind of up to 62 km / h will hit the north-east of England and Scotland, with gusts of up to 39 km / h across much of the Great Brittany.
At midnight, heavy rains will also hit the northeast, with showers of up to 5mm per hour.
The rains will spread south and west throughout the morning, decreasing to a maximum downpour of 3mm per hour.
Terry Scholey, Netweather Forecaster, said the coming weekend “should be pretty reasonable”, with stronger winds Thursday night.
He said: “As an active low approaches Northern Ireland from the west, all parties see a southerly wind cooling after dark.
“There will be gale force gusts across the province and parts of western Scotland. The cool wind will help lift some of the darkness, but all but the east and southeast will see rain or showers before morning.
“There will be heavier gusts in the north and west, but everything above East Anglia and the south-east is expected to be light and uneven on a balmy night when temperatures are not expected to drop below 7 to 11 ° C. “
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The Met Office also said there would likely be a drop in temperatures early next week and then again at the end of the month.
Forecasters said, “Stay changeable and autumnal, especially in the north until the start of this period, as low pressure systems dominate, sometimes accompanied by rain and strong winds.
“Elsewhere, while rain is occasionally possible, drier, brighter conditions are more likely in the southern and southeastern areas, although rain will likely even reach here at times.
“A rather cold start to the period will likely be followed by a brief upturn in temperatures, before another likely downtrend later in the month.
“Later in the month there will also be an increasing likelihood of winter conditions, mainly over the northern heights, but with a slight risk of lower levels.”
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The Met Office’s long-term forecast for the north-west of England suggests “a rather cold start” until mid-November and “an increasing likelihood of winter conditions” later in the month.
By the end of the month, temperatures are expected to drop “slightly below average” for the time of year.
A spokesperson for the Met Office told MEN: “There are signs that colder weather can sometimes arrive later in the month, especially in the north of the UK, with the possibility of snow at times mainly on the higher ground.
“It’s typical time of year to see cooler interludes and a little snow.”
However, they said it was “too early at this point to give exact details on the amounts and times of snow”.
Met Office meteorologist Alex Deakin said westerly winds would start to dominate from next week, meaning temperatures will be fairly mild.
WXCharts maps claim between 5 and 10cm of snow could fall in Wales and northern England on November 23.
They are also predicting snowfall of up to 10 inches (25 cm) in parts of Scotland and north-east England between 23 and 25 November.
The agency predicted temperatures could drop to between -7C and -11C that week.