Long Range Forecast: milder South Easterly winds.


Outlook: High pressure is set to remain in charge for the coming few days and perhaps the foreseeable future allowing low pressure areas to sink south bringing outbreaks of rain to Southern areas by next week, although Central and Northern areas will remain cool and dry, with the risk of frost increasing for rural areas in the North and West.

Eastern areas will be increasingly exposed to an Easterly wind which will at times promise showers or outbreaks of rain, especially by the weekend. Winds will become light on Wednesday and Thursday which means both nights offer the risk of a light ground frost and perhaps even an air frost for rurality. A strong Easterly wind will develop by the weekend, and this will build more cloud and later, outbreaks of rain fringing into Southern England by the following week.