Issued by the Met Office on 2019-02-22 at 04:00:00
Dry with some long sunny spells, and exceptionally mild.
Early fog patches will clear this morning to leave a dry day with some long sunny spells, although sunshine will be rather hazy at times. Becoming rather breezy, but exceptionally mild for the time of year. Maximum Temperature 16C.
Remaining dry overnight with some long clear spells at first. However, low cloud and mist will become extensive across many parts by morning. Minimum Temperature 4C.
After a dull and misty start across most parts, it should slowly brighten up during the day, with some sunshine in the afternoon. Less mild than Friday. Maximum Temperature 13C.
Dry, settled, and very mild through the rest of the weekend and into early next week, with some sunny spells after the clearance of overnight mist, fog, and low cloud.
Wednesday and Thursday may start with some patchy fog and cloud, but for most it will be largely fine and mild later on with some sunny spells. However, in northwest Scotland it will be a different picture, with cloudier skies and some rain coming through at times. Temperatures will stay on the mild side for the time of year, though overnight frosts are still possible. By early March we are likely to see much more unsettled conditions as weather fronts bring stronger winds, gales and rain at times to all parts of the UK. It will also be a little colder than recently, with snow over some of the hills and mountains in the north.
The weather looks to be fairly unsettled through this period, with a mixture of wet and windy weather for many parts, but also with some drier spells from time to time. The heaviest of the rain is likely to be in the northwest. Snow remains possible over the hills and mountains in the north, but it is less likely anywhere else. Milder conditions remain more likely, perhaps with occasional colder spells which could bring overnight frosts. The best chance of dry and sunny weather will be in the south and east.
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