DRY, bright start but cloud rolls in during morning with outbreaks of rain spreading south through afternoon and evening. Strong, gusty winds, especially near coasts where gales possible. Getting dry overnight. Maximum Temperature 11 °C.
Chilly start Friday, then sunny at times before rain later. Windy Saturday with rain in morning, sunny spells in the afternoon. Rain Sunday morning, windy with blustery showers later.
London weather forecast for 6am on Thursday March 7
London weather forecast for 12pm on Thursday March 7
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UK outlook for Thursday March 7 to Wednesday March 20
BLUSTERY winds across the UK with a risk of gales in exposed areas and feeling much colder. Showers and longer spells of rain in northern and central parts, these fizzle in the afternoon. Elsewhere sunny spells, including a bright start in eastern parts of England, and showers.
A bright and frosty start on Friday before rain and cloud arrives for the afternoon. Unsettled this weekend with gales and spells of heavy rain possible. Perhaps some hill snow in the north.
Cloud rolls in on Monday and Tuesday as the weather stays wet and windy with some sunny and showery spells. Rain heaviest in the west and cold enough for snow over northern hills, that could spread to lower levels here at times.
This weather continues though the rest of the week with a chance of gales or severe gales.
Temperatures around average for the time of year in the south, but rather cold in the north.
The cold could seep further south at times. Weather could become more settled in the south and east at the start of the following week.
Thursday’s temperatures for London
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