UK Forecast - May 30, 2015
Staying Autumnal
Rain clearing eastward

Sunday
A windy and chilly day to come with the strongest winds in the north. An area of moderate to heavy rain clears Scotland, Wales and western parts of England this morning with showers to follow into the west. That rain then clears from East Anglia and the south east of England towards the latter portion of the afternoon. After a dry morning across Northern Ireland expect some afternoon showers. Temperatures are expected to be below normal for the end of May with highs of 11 to 15 Celsius.


Sunday night
A windier evening and night to come with gales across Scotland and gusts of 60 mph over high ground. There remains the chance of showers across Northern Ireland, Scotland, northern England and North Wales during the evening with central and southern England fine and dry into the night. The showers across western Scotland look heavy and prolonged. Overnight the risk of showers is across eastern Scotland, northern parts of Northern Ireland and Cornwall. Expect lows of 5 to 8 Celsius.


Monday
Another windy, cool day especially across Scotland and then around western coasts as gales develop in the Irish Sea by afternoon's end. Much of the country should start fair and dry but showers will develop in the morning and will continue on and off during the afternoon. In the afternoon an area of more persistent rain reaches Northern Ireland, Scotland, Cumbria and the far west of Wales. The rain spreads in across much of the country for the evening and night, heavy at times. The winds will be strong too with gusts 60 mph across the hills of Wales, northern England, Northern Ireland and Scotland and also around exposed western coasts. Top temperatures of 12 to 15 Celsius.


Tuesday
A bit warmer in the south today. It continues very windy today with gales across Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England. The strongest winds then moderate overnight. It also continues unsettled with a good deal of cloud, showers and some longer spells of rain. By evening most places become dry apart from rain across north west Scotland. Overnight much of Britain looks chiefly dry with clear spells across central and southern parts of England. Expect top temperatures of 13 to 18 Celsius.


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