UK Forecast - March 01, 2015
Cold, windy
Rain and snow showers

A very windy, blustery day to come across the United Kingdom and colder too. A number of showers, some heavy will affect Scotland, northern England and Northern Ireland with a few morning showers for Wales and the south west. The showers will be wintry over the hills and perhaps even down to lower levels in the north. Central and eastern parts of England and Scotland should escape with a dry, mostly sunny day. Expect maximum temperatures of 3 to 7 Celsius.

Monday night
Throughout the evening and the night its staying rather breezy. Further showers are going to be affecting northern and western areas during the evening. Overnight an area of showery rain moves across much of England and these will be of snow over higher ground. A cold night with some icy patches in the north and the west. Expect lows of -1 to 2 Celsius.

Brisk westerly winds will persist across the country making it feel quite cold. Central and eastern parts of England and Scotland will generally be fair and dry with the best of the sunshine. Expect occasional showers coming along across northern and western parts of the country and again will be wintry even at times to low levels while a more persistent area of snow ma affect western Scotland. Cold, windy and mainly dry in the night with clear spells and showers persisting near western coasts. Icy patches again develop by morning. Expect top temperatures of 3 to 7 Celsius but feeling colder in the wind.

Breezy today but with high pressure dominating, much of the country should be fine and dry with sunny spells though the odd shower can't be ruled out in the south of England. It stays fine into the evening. Over night it looks cold with a widespread frost developing across England and Wales while it turns cloudy and windy across Scotland and Northern Ireland. Expect top temperatures of 6 to 8 Celsius.

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