Friday, 20 April 2012

UK Weather Update

Unsettled with sunny spells and showers continuing

A number of showers again are expected to develop as we go through the morning, perhaps with a few heavy ones across cardigan bay and the north western parts of Wales and also across Scotland. Showers tend to become more widespread in the afternoon but interspersed with some dry, sunnier spells. Maximum temperatures today of 8 to 12c.
Further outbreaks of rain and showers across Scotland, East Anglia and the southeast this evening but then most parts of the country will have a dry night with patchy clear spells. Frost will develop in some places by morning.

Mostly sunny morning to come, but scattered showers will start to affect most places. Risk of some showers for everyone during the afternoon. Again interspersed with some dry, sunnier spells. Most of the shower will clear during the evening and rather cold again tonight with some pockets of frost. Maximum temperatures today of 9 to 13c.

Mainly dry with sunny spells across England and Wales this morning, heavy showers affect Northern Ireland and Scotland. Once again in the afternoon, sunny spells and occasional showers across much of the country. Most showers will die away by evening. Rain spreads across Northern Ireland, into southwest England and West Wales during the course of the night. Maximum temperatures of 10 to 15c.

Some rain to come for South West England and South Wales. Broken cloud and heavy showers over the rest of the country, some of these thundery and of hail.  Highs at 9 to 11C.

Another unsettled day for all areas. There will be sunny spells at first, but showers will be forming quickly and some of these are going to become heavy at times. Highs at 10 to 13C.

Wednesday to Friday
A continuation of the generally unsettled pattern is likely for much of the period. Persistent rain is expected across many areas on Wednesday and Thursday, particularly across southern areas, with the best of any brightness across western Scotland. Showers and sunshine are expected to continue with the showers will be heavy at times with a risk of hail and thunder, with southern and eastern parts most prone to longer spells of rain.

Have a good weekend,

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