Please note: Thursday 1st November is not included in this post because it was included in the daily forecast, click here to view.
Outlook for Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th:
An unsettled mix of sunny intervals and blustery showers, with some longer spells of rain also likely, especially in the west, and more widely on Sunday. Rather cold.
UK Outlook for Monday 5 Nov 2012 to Wednesday 14 Nov 2012:
Starting generally unsettled, showery and rather cold. The heaviest and most frequent showers are likely to be in coastal counties of the east and south at first, some showers are likely to be heavy with a risk of hill snow on the higher ground of Scotland. Then after a quieter interlude midweek, more unsettled conditions will soon return from the north and west, with showers or spells of more persistent rain. Windy at times, especially in the north and west. Temperatures may recover to nearer normal for a time, before turning colder again towards the end of next week. There are some signs of a less unsettled, and slightly milder spell towards the end of the period.
UK Outlook for Thursday 15 Nov 2012 to Thursday 29 Nov 2012:
As is usual, there are uncertainties in the forecast for this period, but there are signs that, on the whole, the weather may become less unsettled than it has been. There is a signal for temperatures to stay largely below average for the time of year across much of the UK, with many places seeing somewhat drier conditions than normal for this time of year. Overnight frosts are likely to become more widespread with time.