UK Forecast - March 26, 2012
Early Summer to Continue
Fog Clearing to Sunshine

Tuesday
With high pressure continuing to dominate the United Kingdom, expect a sunny and warm day across much of the country again today. Some fog patches will be around in the morning, some locally dense across East Anglia, the East Midlands, southern parts of England up into north east England. Temperatures rising to well above normal for the end of March with maximums of 16 to 20 Celsius.


Tuesday night
All parts of the country will have a fine, pleasant evening with some early sunshine. With clear skies and light winds it will turn colder with some fog patches and frost developing across central and eastern parts of England. There also be some pockets of frost and freezing fog. Expect minimum temperatures of 0 to 6 Celsius.


Wednesday
Once morning fog patches clear eastern, central and southern parts of England, most parts of the United Kingdom should have another fine, summer like day with long spells of warm sunshine. In the evening and night we may see more cloud coming in across Scotland and northern parts of England. Dry to the south with well broken cloud. Another very mild afternoon with maximum temperatures of 15 to 21 Celsius.


Thursday
The far northwest of Scotland may see some patchy rain. A windier day to come, especially across the north. The rest of the country is set to remain fine and dry with very warm temperatures once again. Good spells of sunshine are forecast, although we may see more cloud from northwest England up through Scotland and Northern Ireland. Not as chilly overnight tonight with the possibility of more cloud across much of the country. Look for top temperatures in a range of 15 to 20 Celsius.


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