UK Forecast - August 30, 2014
Mostly dry & sunny
Rain in far west

Sunday
Just an isolated shower this morning over parts of the northwest Midlands and central Wales. For all other areas it will be dry with some good spells of sunshine. Cloud is going to be increasing in the west through this afternoon, with rain into western Ireland by midday, and then western Scotland by mid afternoon. The best of the sunshine always to the east. Temperatures reaching 17 to 22C.


Sunday night
A front moving east tonight bringing cloud and outbreaks of rain into Scotland, northern England, Wales and the far southwest of England. More eastern and southern areas will be dry with clear spells. Clearer skies following into western Scotland and Ireland too. Lows near 9 to 12C.
 


Monday
Pressure is going to be high through the country on Monday. However, a weak front will be through central and southern England bringing cloud and some spots of rain here, although these fading through the day. Becoming brighter from the north and west with sunny spells developing. Highs near 15 to 22C.
 


Tuesday
A ridge of high pressure affects the whole of the UK and Ireland on Tuesday. This brings plenty of dry weather and good spells of sunshine throughout the day. There is a low risk of some cloud in East Anglia and the far southeast of England with a chance of an odd shower here too. Highs near 16 to 25C.


 


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