Tuesday, 20 March 2012

UK Weather Update

Mainly, Dry settled and fair.

Light rain across northern Scotland and maybe parts of the south west at times, much of the country will be fair and dry but cloud amounts will be high. As the day progresses there will be some breaks allowing a few sunny spells across eastern areas of England and Scotland. This will be followed by a dry afternoon and more sunshine developing. Maximum temperatures of 10 to 15c.

Most places will be dry today, but once again across southwest England and southern Wales there may be patchy spells of rain in the morning and in the afternoon, but where the rain will be is currently uncertain so some may get a damp day but others staying dry. Best of any sunshine today is likely to be across Scotland and north east England again. Maximum temperatures of 11 to 16c

Any rain will tend to fade away but Wales could see a few showers in the afternoon. Dry across all of England with sunny spells. Showers will fade away this evening and where any lengthy clear spells occur, we could see a slight frost. Maximum temperatures of 11 to 16c.

For the weekend, Saturday will see most of the country fair and dry with sunny spells and it will be very mild or many.  Highs of 14 to 19C. Sunday will be another very mild/warm across the country. It will be dry with lengthy sunny spells for many, maybe some low cloud at times on eastern coasts. Highs of 15 to 19C. 


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