UK Forecast - September 13, 2012
Cooler and cloudy
Rain in the north

Thursday
A fair amount of cloud through England and Wales this morning. There will be hazy spells of sunshine, with a tendency for this sunshine to become stronger through the afternoon, feeling warmer too. Thicker cloud further north and this is going to be giving a wet day over Scotland, especially the north and west. Windy here too with severe gales. There could be some outbreaks of rain over northern coasts of Northern Ireland, these lasting throughout the day. Highs at 14 to 20C


Thursday Night
A windy night for many with gales affecting many northern areas and western coasts. Cloud and rain over northern Scotland could be heavy, although will be rather showery in nature. A band of cloud and outbreaks of rain slips south through northern England and Ireland before midnight, and then into the Midlands, wales and southwest England as well as East Anglia through the early hours with drier weather following. The far southeast probabably staying dry. Lows at 6 to 12C.


Friday
A cold front affecting southern England on Friday morning. This is a rather weak feature and so outbreaks of rain will only be light. Heavier showers across northern and western Scotland, merging into longer spells of rain here. Showers for northwest England and Ireland, but some sunny spells too. Drier for the rest of the country with sunny spells, and breezy in the north. Highs at 12C in northern Scotland, 21C in southern England.


Saturday
A warm front crosses Scotland and northern England early in the day. This brings lots of cloud over northern and western Scotland as well as western Ireland. There will be some outbreaks of drizzle in these places too. Further south a ridge of hgih pressure will be building and is going to bring lots of dry weather with good spells of sunshine developing, especially over central and southern England. Highs at 15 to 22C.


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