The first week of December is looking likely to be an unsettled one often dominated by areas of low pressure moving Eastwards off of the Atlantic bringing the risk of wet and windy weather but also the possibility of some snowfall across more Northern parts.

Monday

A small area of low pressure moving East on Monday will bring showers or longer spells of rain across Southern and Central parts of England and Wales, further North across Northern England and Scotland it’ll be largely dry with some good sunny spells. Temperatures in the South reaching 12c or 13c, colder further North with temperatures into single figures.

Click to Enlarge
Click to Enlarge

Tuesday

Tuesday is shaping up to be quite a complex day. The day starts off largely dry across much of the country however through the afternoon an area of low pressure moving North-Eastwards will bring a spell of heavy rain across much of England and Wales, at the same time colder air seeping Southwards will bump into the Northern part of this low possibly turning some of the rain to snow across Northern hills. Temperatures widely into single figures away from the far South.

Click to Enlarge
Click to Enlarge
Click to Enlarge

Wednesday

Rain will continue across Southern parts of England through the day eventually clearing the South-East later in the day. Drier further North with some good sunny spells. A little milder on Wednesday as warmer air once again pushes Northwards as the low pressure system clears. Highs of 14c in the South and 7c in the North.

Click to Enlarge
Click to Enlarge

Thursday

Thursday sees yet another area of low pressure moving Eastwards across the country, this time bringing rainfall to parts of Scotland, Northern Ireland, Northern England and later into parts of Wales. No real cold air associated with this system means it’ll be rain falling rather than anything wintry. Warmest in the South, coldest in the North.

Click to Enlarge
Click to Enlarge

Friday

A showery start across North-Western parts of the country but this will soon clear to give a largely dry and bright day across the UK. Winds look likely to switch to a more North-Westerly direction allowing colder air to move Southwards. Possibly the coldest day of the week with temperatures into single figures just about everywhere.

Click to Enlarge
Click to Enlarge

Quick Look at The Weekend

A sneak peak at the weekend and at the moment it’s looking largely dry across the country with high pressure beginning to build in and perhaps just the first sign of the weather pattern changing to something more settled but also colder.

Summary

An unsettled week in store for many with areas of low pressure bringing spells of rain. There will be some sunshine between the low pressure systems though it’ll feel rather cold at times in the North with a small risk of snowfall over the hills. Towards the end of the week turning a little more settled and perhaps colder as high pressure builds in across the UK.

Daniel has been interested in weather all his life and learned to forecast the weather during his teenage years. His favourite season is winter and his favourite weather is snowfall and thunderstorms.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.