It will definitely feel colder today, so make sure if you are heading out to brave the snow you wrap up warm. Thereafter there is increasing uncertainty, although there is likely that some wet and windy weather will arrive from the west, whilst high pressure to the northeast continues to give many parts dry weather, perhaps with some snow, mainly on hills. Precipitation Wind 00:00—06:00 Partly cloudy. Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday: Largely dry and bright in the south and east. Winds mostly light, but breezier towards the west for a time.
It will be mild by day, but nights will be chilly with a risk of frost in the south. Cloudier and windier further north with patchy rain at times. Otherwise, the weekend will be mainly fine and settled, with sunny spells, once any early morning low cloud and fog clears. Milder than of late, but still with risk of overnight frost. Otherwise, it will be dry with bright or sunny spells, and generally light winds. Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday: Rather cloudy but dry on Tuesday and Wednesday, locally bright or sunny. Make sure you take care on the roads with this weather warning Image: Birmingham Post and Mail Friday, February 1 7am - 0C Heavy snow yellow warning for snow and ice 8am - 0C Snow yellow warning for snow and ice 9am - 0C snow yellow warning for snow and ice 10am - 0C overcast yellow warning for snow and ice 11am - 0C cloudy yellow warning for snow and ice 12pm - 0 C overcast yellow warning for snow and ice 1pm - 1C cloudy yellow warning for snow and ice 2pm - 1C cloudy 3pm - 1C cloudy 4pm - 1C cloudy 5pm - 1C cloudy 6pm -1C cloudy 7pm - 1C cloudy 8pm - 1C overcast 9pm - 1C overcast 10pm - 1C cloudy 11pm - 1C cloudy Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday: Weather becoming less cold but markedly more uncertain.
The wet and windy conditions may arrive following a spell of drier and colder weather which may give some snowfall, most likely over high ground, but with the potential for some snow to affect low levels too. Localised early frost and some patchy fog on Thursday morning, then dry with pleasant sunny spells. Monday: A mainly dry day with sunny spells, although it will become cloudier across the northwest later. Monday spells of rain are possible. Some merely got a dusting while others got centimetres, which meant that some schools in Milton Keynes had to close today.
This Evening and Tonight: Rain and some hill snow will move southeastwards across much of England and Wales, with a risk of gales in the west. However, becoming largely dry again by the end of the night. Today 10 Feb Tomorrow 11 Feb Tuesday 12 Feb Wednesday 13 Feb Thursday 14 Feb Friday 15 Feb Saturday 16 Feb Sunday 17 Feb Monday 18 Feb Tuesday 19 Feb Wednesday 20 Feb Thursday 21 Feb Friday 22 Feb Saturday 23 Feb Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min 7º -1º 9º 1º 11º 4º 12º 1º 12º 3º 13º 3º 11º 4º 11º 4º 10º 4º 9º 3º 10º 5º 12º 6º 11º 6º 12º 5º Max. Other languages: Milton Keynes English, German , Милтон-Кинс Russian. Nordic languages: Milton Keynes Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish. Today is set to be generally cloudy, with occasional outbreaks of more snow.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday: Rather cloudy but dry on Tuesday and Wednesday, locally bright or sunny. Temperatures are set to be around normal overall, but with some short term variations which bring a chance of much colder and milder spells. Little overall change is expected through the start of the following week, although temperatures will return to normal, notably across the south and east. We are likely to see occasional spells of wind and rain arriving from the Atlantic to affect the British Isles, although high pressure is also likely to be sat to our north or northeast and this should help to give plenty of settled weather too. Executive editor: Thor Gjermund Eriksen.
Localised early frost and some patchy fog on Thursday morning, then dry with pleasant sunny spells. Some slight snow showers are possibly going to continue this morning, with the yellow warning staying in place until midday. Mainly dry and bright Monday. Site-wide settings are available for units of measurement and you can set boundaries, place names and map detail in the Map preferences section. Copyright © Norwegian Meteorological Institute and Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation 2007 - 2019.
Feeling pleasant in the sunshine, especially in the south, after a frosty start. Elsewhere, a mix of clear spells and showers, increasingly wintry in Scotland, giving the risk of ice. Monday: Rather cloudier for a time towards Kent, with a few showers. Category: administration centre Region: England, United Kingdom. This Evening and Tonight: Clear periods at first this evening, before becoming rather cloudy overnight with scattered showers moving from the northwest. .
Monday: Rather cloudier for a time towards Kent, with a few showers. However, becoming largely dry again by the end of the night. Sunday starting dry, but cloud and rain arrives later. This Evening and Tonight: Clear periods at first this evening, before becoming rather cloudy overnight with scattered showers moving from the northwest. Otherwise, it will be dry with bright or sunny spells, and generally light winds. Thank you for subscribing See our Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email Met Office predictions were accurate for most this morning, as parts of Milton Keynes woke up to snow on their cars and roofs. Here is an hour-by-hour forecast for Milton Keynes.
Precipitation Wind 00:00—06:00 Clear sky. Precipitation Wind 20:00—00:00 Light rain showers. Winds mostly light, but breezier towards the west for a time. . . . .
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