Issued by the Met Office on 2017-03-23 at 16:00:00
Dry and rather warm in sunny spells on Friday.
It will be dry overnight with some clear spells and the northeasterly breeze easing. It will soon turn chilly with a frost developing, especially in rural areas with a few mist or fog patches possible. Minimum Temperature -2C.
After a chilly start it will be a fine and dry day with some decent spells of sunshine and light winds. It will feel rather warm in the sunshine. Maximum Temperature 13C.
Dry with warm sunny spells on Saturday. Still mostly dry on Sunday and Monday although with more cloud. An early morning frost is possible over the weekend in rural spots.
Many places will be mostly dry with sunny spells on Tuesday and Wednesday, once any early mist and fog patches clear. However, we may see the increasing chance of outbreaks of showery rain affecting south-western parts during Tuesday. Becoming more unsettled generally across the UK from Wednesday onwards. The most unsettled conditions are likely to be across north-western parts, where it will be wet and windy at times, with gales in places. Meanwhile, much of southern and eastern parts will hold onto the driest conditions, although even here some rain and windier conditions are likely. Temperatures will stay generally rather warm, and frosts becoming less likely. The start of April will see a good deal of settled and dry weather across the UK, with unsettled conditions likely in the northwest.
Much of this period will see a good deal of settled and dry weather across the UK. However, we are likely to see unsettled conditions with cloud, rain and strong winds affecting the far north and west of the UK at times, particularly at the start of the period. However, such unsettled spells of weather are likely to be short-lived. Temperatures are likely to be warmer than average, but with rather chilly nights at times, with frost and fog in places. Any colder spells are likely to be short-lived, although there slight indications these may be more prevalent later in the month.
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