Sunday, 26 February 2012

Weather for the week ahead - Monday 27th February - Sunday 4th March 2012

Springlike week again. Very Mild for most of the week, but Rain in some Northern and Western Areas, mainly dry with some sunny spells at times in the South and East. It may turn more unsettled by the weekend but confidence on this is low.

Monday will bring a mainly cloudy day for most of the country. Southern England and East Wales should have a dry day however West coasts will probably see drizzle by the afternoon. Rain will affect Scotland and most of northern England during the afternoon and this should die out as it spreads South and East. Maximum Temperatures of 9-12c. Monday night, drizzle still affecting western coasts. Rain for Northern and Western Scotland but Eastern and Southern parts of Scotland should stay dry. Minimum temperature of 5-9c

For Tuesday, Western coasts of Wales and England and Scotland may see patchy drizzle and mist or fog patches but some bright spells also at times. Everywhere else, any cloud should break late morning leaving Sunny spells and plenty of dry weather. Mild again and even warm where any cloud does break and temperatures could reach 17c but 11 or 12c on western coasts.

For Wednesday, Western coasts of the country will see the cloudiest conditions again, The rest of the UK will be very mild day with a good deal of cloud but also some sunny spells nearly everywhere. Maximum temperatures of 11-15C. 
On Thursday, fronts will move eastwards bringing some rain to western Scotland. Drier further south with high pressure still in place here but there may be some drizzle at times again on west coasts of Wales and northwest England. Eastern and southern areas should be mainly dry with some sunny spells across southern and eastern England. Maximum Temperautures of 10-15C.

Confidence becomes low for beyond Friday but at the moment, Showers will affect Scotland and Northern England but should clear during the day bringing drier weather. Southern parts of England and Scotland will be dry for maybe all of the day. Maximum Temperatures at 9-14c

This is when the confidence really does start to fall for the forecast for the weekend, but more unsettled weather looks more likely. Saturday, England and Wales should be mainly dry with some sunshine through southern and eastern areas again. Rain may creep into the West later Maximum temperatures of 8-13c. Low confidence again for Sunday but a more unsettled day and turning colder with rain for most areas, heaviest in the West but this could easily change. Rain possibly snow on hills with maximum temperatures of 5-9c

The weather in Pembrokeshire last week was pretty awful with drizzle/mist/fog nearly every day of the week and unfortunately this week does not look that promising either compared to the rest of the UK. Patchy light rain and drizzle will be back but there will be some drier brighter interludes also and it will be staying very mild still but not as mild as E Wales and England.

Here are the min and max temperatures and also rainfall for the next 2 weeks for London and the second for Glasgow. However, these are likely to change, especially after the 4/5 day timeframe but a drop in temperature looks likely from this weekend.

Have a good week,

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