A cold and increasingly showery northwesterly flow is expected to develop during Wednesday and last through Thursday.
Accumulating snow is likely away from windward coastal districts, especially overnight.
Across Northern England 3-6 cm could accumulate especially over high ground.
Over Scotland and Northern Ireland 5-10 cm is likely even at low levels, with more than 10 cm over high ground.
Strong and gusty winds will likely accompany snow showers, and lead to significantly reduced visibility at times, difficult driving conditions and temporary blizzards over high ground.
Monday proves a brighter, colder day than Sunday. One or two showers pushing in and turning wintry over the hills inlandRead the full story ›
Emma Jesson brings you Sunday night's forecastRead the full story ›
Wet and windy spells, interspersed with drier interludes this week. Wintry showers and variable temperatures. Gales and a weather warningRead the full story ›
Wetter in the west, cloudy but direr further east. Milder than of late, but blusteryRead the full story ›
After the recent snow and very cold temperatures, we see a return to the sort of weather we would normally expect for the UK in JanuaryRead the full story ›
Emma Jesson brings you Saturday night's forecastRead the full story ›
Staying breezy with sunshine and wintry showers continuing through the first part of the day, easing during the afternoon.
Cloud building through the evening. Maximum Temperature 6C.
A look at the weekend weather for the Tyne Tees region.Read the full story ›