Monday's UK weather forecast — Brits set for a predominantly cold next few days

An icy start to the day will see widespread frost on the ground in most parts of the country.

UK weather forecast for 6am on Monday

Today we can expect low cloud across most parts of England and Wales with a chance that cloud will break up to give some sunnier spells towards the afternoon.

Winds will begin to strengthen across the majority of the country, with heavy rain and hill snow moving into northwesterly areas.

There is also the slight chance of wintry showers in western parts of Scotland.

UK weather forecast for 3pm on Monday

UK outlook for Friday 25 Jan 2019 to Sunday 3 Feb 2019

Southeastern areas of the country are likely to stay dry, bright and cold with the chance of some freezing fog patches.

Drizzle is likely to move across the west and hill snow may occur towards the north.

There is a small chance that it will stay dry, however an unsettled period of weather is to be expected over the coming weeks.

Snow is possible in some northern and central areas as it turns increasingly cold with overnight frosts and freezing fog.

UK outlook for Monday 4 Feb 2019 to Monday 18 Feb 2019

Conditions are likely to be windy with colder spells to be expected.

Some snow is also likely in northerly parts of the UK with widespread frost also coming our way.

The brightest and driest weather is likely to be in the northwest with milder and wetter interludes most likely in southern parts of the country.

There is a chance of significant snowfall and ice across the whole of the UK throughout this period.

UK surface pressure forecast for 12pm Monday

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