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UK Forecast - May 31, 2016
Murky, some rain
Fresh northerly winds

The remains of fronts across England & Wales produce a lot of low cloud and murk throughout the day. Outbreaks of drizzly rain, and some showery bursts are possible for central areas. Persistent rain in the north-east will fade. Scotland & Ireland stay dry and bright, with plenty of warm sunshine. A brisk northerly breeze, and feeling cool near the east coast at just 12C. Highs 15 to 18C in the south & west. Locally 20C in western Scotland.

Wednesday night
Widespread low cloud across many areas overnight, particularly eastern Britain, where extensive hill fog is possible. Murky too around coasts. A little drizzle, but most places dry. Northerly winds will remain strong in the east, likely freshening through the night. Some clear spells and lighter winds in the west. Lowest temperatures generally staying at 9 to 12C, but locally Scotland may dip to 5C or lower some glens.

High pressure centred to the north-west of the British Isles maintains a rather cool north-easterly breeze. A few showers are possible, mainly toward the south-west, but many places will be dry. Low cloud and a little drizzle may persist across eastern districts, perhaps as far inland as the Pennines. Sunshine best in the west & north-west. Temperatures just 12C on the east coast, but rising to 17 to 19C in central & western parts.

A north-easterly pattern persists across Britain & Ireland, with high pressure to the north. Most places should see a dry day. Risk of scattered heavy showers breaking out across Scotland. Low cloud may again affect North Sea coasts, giving a cool and dull day across the east. Best sunshine toward the west. Breezy in the north, lighter winds in the south. Temperatures ranging from 13 to 19C from east to west.

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