- Tonight , , Heavy Snow , Low -2°C 28°F Wind 17 mph 27 km/h Westerly
- Thu , , Light Snow , High 2°C 36°F Low 0°C 32°F Wind 14 mph 23 km/h West North Westerly
- Fri , Sunny Intervals , High 3°C 37°F Low -1°C 30°F Wind 13 mph 21 km/h North Westerly
- Sat , Sunny Intervals , High 4°C 39°F Low -1°C 30°F Wind 14 mph 23 km/h North North Westerly
- Sun , , Sunny , High 3°C 37°F Low -2°C 28°F Wind 18 mph 29 km/h North North Westerly
- Mon , Light Cloud , Likely high 2°C 36°F Likely low -2°C 28°F Wind 11 mph 18 km/h North Westerly
- Tue , Sunny , Likely high 3°C 37°F Likely low -2°C 28°F Wind 14 mph 23 km/h North North Westerly
- Wed 4 Feb , Light Cloud , Likely high 3°C 37°F Likely low -1°C 30°F Wind 8 mph 13 km/h North Westerly
- Thu 5 Feb , Light Cloud , Likely high 4°C 39°F Likely low 1°C 34°F Wind 7 mph 11 km/h Westerly
- Fri 6 Feb , Light Rain Shower , Likely high 4°C 39°F Likely low 1°C 34°F Wind 11 mph 18 km/h South South Westerly
Low -2°C 28°F
Met Office warnings issued for Dumfries and Galloway
Yellow warning of snowUpdated 28 January at 11:24
- 1130 on Wed 28 January
- 2355 on Thu 29 January
Showers of snow across parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland on Wednesday morning will extend to parts of northern England and Wales by evening, then continue overnight and into Thursday.
Over Scotland, Northern Ireland and parts of northern England 5 cm or more may fall even at some lower levels, with more than 15 cm possible over higher ground. See separate amber warning for main risk areas. Over Wales only 1-3 cm is likely in places at low levels with 5-10 cm possible over higher ground. Strong, gusty winds will lead to drifting and temporary blizzard conditions over high ground, while icy surfaces and lightning pose additional risks in some areas.This is an update to the warning issued on Monday to extend the warning a little further south into parts of Wales.
The public should be aware of the potential for disruption to travel.
Amber warning of snowUpdated 28 January at 10:47
- 1700 on Wed 28 January
- 1100 on Thu 29 January
Snow showers will become widespread and heavier across Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England during Wednesday evening and will continue through the night into Thursday morning. Snow amounts will be very variable but over 5 cm will accumulate at lower levels in places with over 15 cm on high ground. Strong and gusty winds will lead to drifting and blizzard conditions at times, especially over higher routes.
The public should be prepared for travel disruption and hazardous driving conditions.
Yellow early warning of snowUpdated 28 January at 13:00
- 0015 on Sun 1 February
- 2345 on Sun 1 February
Further snow showers will affect parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland on Sunday leading to some locally large accumulations and the showers may spread along eastern and western coasts of England and Wales. The showers will be associated with strong winds so drifting and temporary blizzard conditions are possible as well as icy stretches. The public should be aware of the potential for disruption from these conditions. This alert is likely to be updated in the coming days.
Issued by the Met Office