UK Forecast - July 31, 2015
Cloudy for many
Warmer Sunday

Saturday
High pressure to the south and low pressure north of Britain. Frequent pulses of showery rain for Scotland, particularly in west. A few showers in Northern Ireland. Weak fronts push south-east across England and Wales, giving a lot of cloud and a little rain for central areas. Southern England dry and bright. A fresh south-westerly breeze in the north, lighter winds in the south. Highs 17 to 22C, warmest in south-east.


Saturday night
Showers fade from Scotland overnight. High pressure builds across much of Britain, leading to dry night with clear spells developing. Light winds in the south. Breezy in the north and north-east. Fronts advance north across Ireland associated with low pressure to the west. Patchy rain for the north & west of Ireland. Overnight lows around 8 to 12C, coolest where skies clear in the north.


Sunday
Dry for most of Britain. Plenty of sunshine, best in eastern England. A deep Atlantic low brings freshening southerly winds to western Britain, reaching gale force for western Ireland, where rain will turn heavy and persistent. High cloud across western regions of Britain may be thick enough to give drizzly rain in south-west Scotland. Becoming warm, 23 to 25C in south & east, nearer 17 to 20C in north-west.


Monday
Bursts of heavy rain developing in western & northern regions, most likely afternoon and evening. Strong south to south-westerly winds. Dry, warm and humid most of the day in the south & east. Risk of thunderstorms affecting the far south-east late in the day. Temperatures 19 to 23C for many, but reaching 27C in the the south-east.


 


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