Wednesday, 2 May 2012

UK Weahter Update

Unseasonably cold conditions to come across the UK this weekend after a quick warm up this week. Mainly unsettled and showery but not as unsettled as recently.

Today will see the sunniest weather in the north and southwest, mainly cloudy elsewhere.


Scotland, especially the north and west, will have a fine and rather warm day. Southwest England and West Wales will also see plenty of sunshine and it will feel warm especially in any sunshine with lights winds. Elsewhere it will be rather cloudy with a few showers in the southeast later.
Maximum Temperatures 13-17c
Rather heavy, thundery rain will move into the southeast of England and reach the southwest and south Wales by midnight. Elsewhere, cloudy in the east but clearer to the west.
Outbreaks of rain are expected from East Anglia down to the south Midlands and
southern parts of England. Cloudy with showers or longer spells of rain in much of the south and later in the north of Scotland. Elsewhere, cloudy near eastern coasts but sunnier in the west. Maximum Temperatures 12-16c

Colder today. Continued rather cloudy across much of England and Wales with some outbreaks of patchy light rain. Scotland and Northern Ireland will be dry with the best the sunshine once again. All parts dry this evening with a cold night ahead producing a widespread frost in many areas. High temperatures today of 7 to 13 Celsius.

I will have a detailed bank holiday forecast on Friday but turning chilly this weekend with showers for many areas.


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