UK Forecast- November 28, 2014
A rather dull start to the weekend for much of the country. There will be plenty of cloud around and also a few spots of hills affecting southern and eastern parts of Scotland. Some brighter skies across southern England will be edging northwards during the morning, reaching the Midlands, parts of Wales and northwest England in the afternoon. It should be dry for most. Highs at 9 to 13C.
Becoming foggy through England and Wales on Saturday night, some of that fog dense in places. Fog could also be a problem in Ireland and part of southern Scotland for a time. Cloud and soe outbreaks of rain affecting the rest of Scotland, before turning drier from the west later. Lows near 3 to 5C.
Quite a foggy start to Sunday morning, especially in the Midlands, northern England, Scotland and Wales with a ridge of high pressure over the British Isles. East Anglia and southeast England may have some fog patches too, although here there may be a few brighter spells. The fog gradually clearing and then most places dry with a few bright or sunny spells developing. Tops at 7 to 11C.
An area of high pressure remains through southern parts of the UK on Monday. This again leads to a fogg morning, this dense at times. Staying dry for most of England and Wales, although feeling cold in the fog, and cool elsewhere. A front brings some cloud and rain through northern and western Scotland and into the north and west of Ireland. Tops at 7 to 10C.