UK Forecast - May 24, 2015
Mostly cloudy, mainly dry
Staying cool

Bank Holiday Monday
Scattered showers across northern Scotland tend to die out later in the afternoon. Expect a few morning showers across Northern Ireland then dry for the afternoon. For England and Wales it will be dry throughout the day but with a good deal of cloud. Just a few sunnier spells may come through in the afternoon across the south. Temperatures are expected to be below normal with highs of 13 to 16 Celsius.

Bank Holiday Monday night
Some light outbreaks of rain and drizzle may affect northern parts of Northern Ireland along with western parts of Scotland and the Northern Isles during the evening and the night. The rest of the United Kingdom will be staying dry and rather cloudy. Clear spells may develop in the far south. Expect lows of 6 to 8 Celsius.

Much of the country should be dry but with lots of cloud. A few sunnier spells may develop as we go through the day towards the south east. There is a risk of some early drizzle this morning across northern parts of Wales and north west England. Scattered showers are forecast for north west Scotland. Much of the cloud tends to dissolve this evening with some late sunshine to end the day. Rain comes into north west Scotland tonight. The rest of Britain stays fine and dry with clear spells. Top temperatures of 13 to 17 Celsius.

A bit warmer in the south today. Northern parts of the country will keep lots of cloud with occasional showers across Northern Ireland and Scotland. Fine and dry across England and Wales with sunny spells. Some light rain and showers may affect northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland into the night as the south stays fair and dry. Expect top temperatures of 12 to 20 Celsius.

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