Severe weather warnings
Yellow Warning of Ice for Central, Tayside & Fife
Yellow Warning of Ice for Central, Tayside & Fife : Stirling valid from 1800 Mon 27 Feb to 1000 Tue 28 Feb
Yellow Warning of Ice for Northern Ireland
Yellow Warning of Ice for Northern Ireland : County Down, County Antrim, County Armagh, County Londonderry, County Tyrone & County Fermanagh valid from 1800 Mon 27 Feb to 1000 Tue 28 Feb
Yellow Warning of Ice for Highlands & Eilean Siar
Yellow Warning of Ice for Highlands & Eilean Siar : Highland valid from 1800 Mon 27 Feb to 1000 Tue 28 Feb
Yellow Warning of Ice for Strathclyde
Yellow Warning of Ice for Strathclyde : South Lanarkshire, East Ayrshire, Inverclyde, North Ayrshire, Renfrewshire, South Ayrshire, Argyll and Bute, East Renfrewshire, West Dunbartonshire, East Dunbartonshire, Glasgow & North Lanarkshire valid from 1800 Mon 27 Feb to 1000 Tue 28 Feb
Yellow Warning of Ice for SW Scotland, Lothian Borders
Yellow Warning of Ice for SW Scotland, Lothian Borders : Dumfries and Galloway & Scottish Borders valid from 1800 Mon 27 Feb to 1000 Tue 28 Feb
Yellow Warning of Ice for North East England
Yellow Warning of Ice for North East England : Darlington, Durham, Middlesbrough, Stockton-on-Tees, Gateshead, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, Hartlepool, North Tyneside, Redcar and Cleveland, South Tyneside & Sunderland valid from 1800 Mon 27 Feb to 1000 Tue 28 Feb
Yellow Warning of Ice for North West England
Yellow Warning of Ice for North West England : Blackburn with Darwen, Cheshire East, Cheshire West and Chester, Greater Manchester, Halton, Lancashire, Merseyside, Warrington, Cumbria & Blackpool valid from 1800 Mon 27 Feb to 1000 Tue 28 Feb
Yellow Warning of Ice for Yorkshire & Humber
Yellow Warning of Ice for Yorkshire & Humber : East Riding of Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, York, Kingston upon Hull, North Lincolnshire & North East Lincolnshire valid from 1800 Mon 27 Feb to 1000 Tue 28 Feb
Yellow Warning of Ice for East Midlands
Yellow Warning of Ice for East Midlands : Derbyshire, Derby, Lincolnshire, Nottingham & Nottinghamshire valid from 1800 Mon 27 Feb to 1000 Tue 28 Feb
Yellow Warning of Ice for Wales
Yellow Warning of Ice for Wales : Monmouthshire, Newport, Caerphilly, Cardiff, Rhonnda Cynon Taff, Torfaen, Vale of Glamorgan, Blaenau Gwent, Bridgend, Merthyr Tydfil, Neath Port Talbot, Powys, Wrexham, Carmarthenshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Swansea, Ceredigion, Conwy, Gwynedd, Pembrokeshire & Isle of Anglesey valid from 1800 Mon 27 Feb to 1000 Tue 28 Feb
Yellow Warning of Ice for West Midlands
Yellow Warning of Ice for West Midlands : Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent, Telford and Wrekin, West Midlands Conurbation & Warwickshire valid from 1800 Mon 27 Feb to 1000 Tue 28 Feb
Yellow Warning of Ice for South West England
Yellow Warning of Ice for South West England : Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol, Gloucestershire, North Somerset, South Gloucestershire & Wiltshire valid from 1800 Mon 27 Feb to 1000 Tue 28 Feb
Monday A colder day across Britain today and rather windy across the far south of southern England. Cloudy for much of England and Wales in the morning with spells of persistent and heavy rain. Scattered showers will affect northern areas, these wintry over the hills. Brighter across England and Wales in the afternoon with sunnier spells and showers. Some of these may be heavy and may turn wintry across the Welsh Hills and the hills of northern England. Elsewhere the showers will be of rain. Expect highs of 5 to 9 Celsius.
Monday Night It stays rather breezy in the evening and the night which should restrict frost to sheltered locations. With temperatures falling to freezing and below there is a risk of icy conditions developing by morning. Showers this evening will become confined to western coasts. Clear and cold overnight. An area of rain moves into Northern Ireland and Scotland and this will fall as snow over the hills of Scotland. Expect minimum temperatures of -2 to 2 Celsius.
Tuesday Increasingly windy across Britain with gales across Wales and England. Gusts to 50 mph are possible inland with 65 mph over the Pennines. Outbreaks of rain will spread into all but the East Midlands, East Anglia and the south east of England in the morning. Rain lingers across north east England snow on the hills for the afternoon. Elsewhere it looks brighter with scattered showers. Breezy but dry into the evening and night with icy patches across northern areas. Expect high temperatures of 6 to 8 Celsius.
Wednesday Outbreaks of moderate to heavy rain will spread into Wales and the south west of England in the morning. Dry and sunnier to the east. That rain in the south west then sweeps north eastward into all of England and will be heavy. Gales develop across Wales, Northern Ireland and southern England. These will increase further across Wales and the southern half of England. Overnight there is a risk of some damaging gusts to 60 mph across inland areas. Rain is expected across northern Britain in the evening. Look for high temperatures of 6 to 9 Celsius.
The mild weather we had over the weekend gives way to cooler conditions today. Spells of heavy rain in the morning across England and Wales give way to brighter, showery conditions by the afternoon. The showers may turn wintry over the hills of Wales and northern England. Sunnier to the north with a few wintry showers. Expect highs of 5 to 9 Celsius.
The winds increase through the evening and night and while skies turn clear and it becomes cold, any frost should be limited to well sheltered areas. There is a risk though of icy conditions by morning. Overnight rain spills in across Northern Ireland and Scotland with snow on the Scottish Hills. Expect minimum temperatures of -2 to 2 Celsius.
If you are heading abroad over the next couple of days the weather is looking rather unsettled and wet across western Europe.
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Unsettled and chilly, snow on hills A mixed week ahead as low pressure dominates the weather across the British Isles and Ireland. Bands of rain and showers will be crossing the country. Following will be colder air at times which wil be turning showers to snow over high ground in Scotland and northern England. It will be staying unsettled through the weekend and early into next week. Feeling chilly overall.
For the weather for the next few days click here Thursday 2/3/17 Low pressure is going to be centred to the northwest of Scotland on Thursday. A weak ridge of high pressure builds over eastern areas with a moist southwest flow affecting all. There will be a fair amount of cloud and some outbreaks of rain and drizzle in the west, low cloud affecting the hills. Eastern areas stay cloudy and rather breezy, although some bright spells may break through in the afternoon. Highs at 7 to 11C.
Friday 3/3/17 Low pressure centred over the UK brings an unsettled day to all. There will be heavy showers rotating around the area of low pressure, these turning thundery at times. Snow could affect the hills of Scotland too with the showers prolonged in places too. Highs at 6 to 10C.
Saturday 4/3/17 Low pressure to the north of Scotland on Saturday. A moist southwest flow brings cloud and drizzly rain to western coasts and hills. More eastern areas tending to stay drier although with lots of cloud here. Highs at 7 to 10C.
Sunday 5/3/17 Low pressure is back over the UK and Ireland on Sunday. This is going to be bringing further periods of rain and showers as fronts wrap around the low. Sleet or snow could affect hills of southern Scotland and northern England. Highs at 4 to 11C.
Monday 6/3/17 Low pressure drifts away to the eat on Monday. Showers follow from the west, becoming heavy at times with a risk of snow on the hills. Probably drying up in the west later. Highs at 3 to 8C. Tuesday 7/3/17 Low pressure remains in control through Tuesday. Rain and strong winds may affect southern areas during the day although the north should be drier and brighter. Highs at 7 to 10C.
Heavy rain for western Europe Today Some rain to come across Portugal. Fine and dry across Spain and across into the Balearics. A few showers will be in the vicinity of Corsica, Sardinia and the far south of Italy otherwise it's a fair, dry day. Apart from the odd shower across Greece, it's another fine, dry day with sunny spells across the Balkans and the Adriatic Region. Lots of sunshine as well across Turkey, The Ukraine, Poland and eastern parts of Germany. Rain clears Britain to showers. An area of heavy rain will affect northern France, The Low Countries, southern parts of Norway, Sweden and also Denmark and western Germany. Very cold and cloudy but dry across Finland.
Tuesday A wet day with are area of heavy rain across Britain into France, the Low Countries, southern parts of Germany into Austria. Another area of rain is expected across Sweden, Denmark, western Poland and the Baltic States. Heavy snow is forecast across the Alps. Outbreaks rain will affect northern parts of Iberia but for southern parts of Spain and Portugal it stays dry. Lots of fine, settled dry weather extends eastward across the Balearics into Sardinia, Italy and across the Adriatic Region along with the Balkans. Sunny and dry across Turkey into Romania, the Ukraine and eastern parts of Poland. Cold with heavy snow expected to fall across Norway, northern Sweden and Finland. Quite a windy day across much of Europe.
My favourite page for a comprehensive weather forecast is the BBC's 24 hour forecast as it provides hourly conditions, giving you a good idea of when any cloud or rain will appear during the day. To find the 24 hour forecast you need click here and enter your postcode, then select 24 hour forecast.