Monday, 12 March 2012

Weather for the week ahead - Monday 12th March to Sunday 18th March 2012

Settled, dry with sunshine for many and very mild for some but turning more unsettled and cooler towards the weekend.
Cloud should break to leave a sunny afternoon and feeling quite warm in the sunshine with light winds for everyone. Low cloud will linger in western and northern areas for much of the day and here temperatures will be lowest. Maximum temperatures of 8-15c.

Light rain across north west Scotland but the rest of the UK looks dry with low cloud and fog lifting to sunny spells by the afternoon across southern parts of England and Wales however more low cloud in the west again with patchy drizzle possible at times. Maximum Temperatures of 10c in low cloud, 17c in any sunshine.

Any fog and low cloud will clear again today leaving another dry day with sunny spells widely. More sunshine even in the west today but there will always be more cloud here with the longest sunny spells further East and south. Very mild with temperatures of 12-18c.

Another mainly dry day today across the UK but some rain is possible again in north west Scotland today. Fog is likely across many parts of England and Wales but this will clear to leave sunny spells again and another mild day to come with very light winds and maximum temperatures of 10-17c.

Patchy rain will affect western UK but most of England will stay dry with sunny spells but more cloud in the afternoon. A band of rain will move southwards overnight. Max Temps of 10-15c.

Confidence decreases a lot for Saturday however it looks like at the moment that the band of rain will move back northwards during the day and Central and Southern England will stay dry. A cloudy and wet night across England and Wales. Maximum Temps of 7-14c.

Cooler and windier across much of the UK today with much of the country having a wet morning with rain but this should clear to sunshine and showers during the afternoon. More rain tonight. Maximum Temperatures of 8-12c.

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