Met Office forecast for South West England as temperatures drop

Temperatures are set to drop in the coming week as the first sub-zero forecasts of the winter are expected in the South West of England.

A Norwegian blast heading to the UK could see temperatures as low as -10C as part of a giant area of low-pressure arriving from Sunday, November 21.

By Sunday night, parts of the South West including Bristol, Bath, Gloucester and Taunton could all see the mercury drop to 3C.

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Throughout the day, maximum temperatures of 8C can be expected across the region with sunshine forecast for the majority of the morning.

By the afternoon, cloud cover will arrive covering most of South West England before an early sunset at around 16.14.

The Met Office outlook for the South West can be read below.

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Saturday night:

Brief clear intervals in the evening, but cloud and outbreaks of light rain spread across the region overnight, clearing in the early hours. Turning breezier as the rain moves through. Minimum temperature 4 °C.

Sunday:

A good deal of sunny intervals present on Sunday. Staying dry in the east but showers feeding into the west. Feeling noticeably colder, particularly in blustery winds along coasts. Maximum temperature 9 °C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

A cold start on Monday with continued strong coastal winds but staying dry with sunny intervals. Temperatures a touch closer to average for Tuesday, then somewhat cloudier on Wednesday.

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