UK Forecast - March 29, 2015
Gales developing
Rain spreading east

Monday
An increasingly windy day to come today with gales developing by the end of the afternoon. Showers are expected across western Scotland and these wintry over high ground this morning. Outbreaks of rain spread in across Northern Ireland during the morning reaching Cornwall and West Wales before the afternoon. The rain turns heavier in the afternoon as it sweeps eastward into all parts of the country. Snow is expected over the Highlands. Expect maximum temperatures of 7 to 11 Celsius north to south.


Monday night
Gales persist across Britain this evening with further outbreaks of rain and showers. Snow showers will fall over the high ground of northern Scotland into the evening and night. Across England, Wales and Northern Ireland the rain clears by tonight and it becomes a bit less windy although some rain may linger close to the channel coast. Expect lows of 5 to 8 Celsius.


Tuesday
Windy and colder in the north with the winds from the north west. Very unsettled and showery across much of the country today. The showers may be heavy with a risk of hail. The showers will fall as snow over the northern hills, perhaps to lower levels across Scotland. Breezy and cold overnight with snow showers across Scotland and across the Pennines. Dry across Wales and central and southern parts of England. Expect top temperatures of to 7 to 12 Celsius.


Wednesday
It continues windy and feeling quite chilly with a good deal of cloud. Lots of showers to come across the country again today and these locally heavy. The showers again will be wintry over the hills of Scotland. This evening and night we keep lots of cloud across England and Wales with some patchy rain possible across the south and Wales. To the north it will be mainly dry tonight with a frost across Scotland and parts of northern England. Expect top temperatures of 6 to 10 Celsius.


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