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Central, Tayside & Fife weather forecast

Headline:

Dry with bright spells. Cloudier in the west.

Today:

It will be dry day with bright spells, the best of these across Angus and east Fife. Somewhat cloudier across Perthshire and Stirling. Gusty southwesterly winds at times. Maximum temperature 9 °C.

Tonight:

Cloudy across Perthshire and the west with the odd spot of rain. Dry in the east with a few clear spells. Southwesterly winds easing. Minimum temperature 4 °C.

Monday:

Cloudy with some patchy rain over northwest Perthshire. Dry with bright spells elsewhere, these mainly towards the east coast. Maximum temperature 9 °C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Mainly dry on Tuesday. Milder on Wednesday with outbreaks of rain in the west. Colder and brighter on Thursday.

Updated:

UK long range weather forecast

Rain will clear in the far southeast during the day, however blustery showers will continue for northeastern areas, with a risk of some gales. Otherwise, a fine and dry start to the period with variable cloud, this bringing settled conditions across the south with overnight frost and some morning fog patches in areas with higher elevation. Temperatures likely to be close to average in the south, whereas milder in the north, trending slightly above normal. Settled conditions looking to continue to dominate through the remainder of January, however, rain or showers at times for the north and northwest, with occasional strong winds here. Heading into February there is an increasing likelihood of more unsettled conditions.

Updated:

Early February is likely to see a continuation of a north/south split with more settled and cloudy weather expected in the south, and generally drier than average, while the north will be more changeable, milder, with some spells of rain. There is an increased likelihood of more unsettled conditions becoming established, with the northwest likely to be the wettest area, but showers or longer spells of rain may spread to most areas at times, with the southeast likely to be the driest. Spells of strong winds are likely to develop more widely at times. Temperatures likely to be near or slightly above average although short lived colder interludes are possible. Any snow likely to be restricted to high ground in the north.

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