UK Forecast - June 19, 2012
Sunny spells & warmer
Scattered showers

Wednesday
A fair day for much of the country through today. There will be sunny spells, the best of these in more central and southern areas. There is the chance of some showers forming into this afternoon, although these are going to be well scattered even though an odd one could be heavy. Moer cloud and some showers or outbreaks of rain in Ireland some of it heavy in the afternoon. Highs at 23C in southern England, 15C in northern Scotland.


Wednesday Night
An increasing southeasterly breeze overnight. It should be dry with some clearer skies, the bestof them to the north and east. Thicker cloud spreading to southwest England, Wales, Ireland and northwest England later in the night bringing rain, some of it heavy later across Wales and southwest England. Lows around 6 to 10C.
 


Thursday
A developing area of low pressure over southern Ireland pushes a front notheastwards through the country during today. This takes some heavy rain with it through Ireland, Wales and England as well as southern and western parts of Scotland. Turning brighter across southern England and southern Wales with some heavy showers developing here. Staying dry in northern Scotland, but breezy here. Highs at 20C in southern England, 12C in Northern Ireland.


Friday
The area of low pressure is west of Scotland on Friday. This brings a windy day to Ireland, Wales and much of England. There will be some blustery showers here, a few of them heavy, but most occuring on western and southern coasts. Thicker cloud and heavy rain surrounding the area of low pressure to the north, associated with an occluded front. Wet through Northern Ireland and southern Scotland, but brighter in central Scotland with some heavy showers and generally drier and brighter in the far north of Scotland. Highs at 19C in southern England, 11C in the rain in southern Scotland and Northern Ireland.


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