After warmer weather than usual during early Autumn we can expect a change in the air this month with a chilly start to November.
1st - 7th November
As the unseasonably warm temperatures are blown away with the wind we can expect a chill in the air in early November, with dark skies and blustering winds making their way to us. Early mornings and late evenings will be coldest, with occasional spells of heavy rain during the day. Don't let the weather dampen your spirits - wrap up warm and make the most of early November and the great outdoors with Bonfire Night celebrations!
8th - 20th November
While we can expect a bright start to the weekend, heavy rain and strong winds will follow, with unsettled weather up and down the country for the next week or so. Although the weather may seem gloomy, temperatures should remain normal for this time of year, but may feel cooler because of wind and rain. While the driest and clearest conditions can be seen in the North and East, those in the North could also experience freezing starts to their day with localised overnight frost. Those in the West will experience unsettled weather but mild conditions and while it’ll be wet in the West, there will be less chance of a frosty start to the festive season.
21st - 30th November
We can expect unsettled weather for the rest of the month, mainly in Northern parts of the country, with drier, milder weather in the South. Temperatures should be average for this time of year, although there is an increased risk of overnight fog and frost. As we approach winter we could be in for a chilly Christmas, so dig out those winter coats, bobble hats and wooly gloves and get ready for the wonderful winter ahead.