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UK Forecast - May 22, 2018
Remaining Fine, Settled and Warm

Yet another fine day for many areas of the British Isles with further prolonged spells of warm sunshine across many regions too despite some variable cloud. A cool E'ly breeze across more eastern areas of England and E Scotland, but otherwise another warm day for many, especially in the west. Highs 14C to 21C.

Wednesday Night
Many areas experiencing a dry night with clear spells and variable cloud. Some mist and fog patches possible in places but these soon clearing by the end of the night, while some mist and murky conditions may return to E England and E Scotland. A mild night for most, but locally chilly in the countryside. Lows 5C to 11C.

During Thursday and high pressure will continue to dominate the weather across many areas throughout the course of the day. Spells of sunshine are forecast, these prolonged at times, but with perhaps more cloud across eastern areas given a E'ly breeze off the N Sea. Some showers may then develop later in the day across far southern counties of England, extending westwards overnight. Many areas remaining warm or locally very warm. Highs 16C to 21C.

Into Friday and at the moment high pressure remains the dominant feature of the weather maintaining the dry conditions. Further bright or sunny spells are forecast, perhaps especially across more northern and western areas where more prolonged sunshine is possible. E'ly breeze continues though so cooler across eastern areas and perhaps with more cloud here and a some scattered showers are possible across S England through the day. Highs 15C to 21C, warmest in the west.