UK Forecast - June 12, 2012
Fair and Drier
Showers in the West

Wednesday
A better day to come across much of the country. There will be some showers across southwest England up through western parts of Wales into Northern Ireland and western parts of Scotland this morning. These will continue into the afternoon and one or two could be on the heavy side. For most of central and eastern parts of England and Scotland will be mainly dry with good deal of cloud, but the sun will come out at times. Still with side with high temperatures of 12 to 16 Celsius.


Wednesday Night
Scattered showers across Wales and western Scotland and will die out early this evening most parts of the country becoming dry. This will lead to a mainly dry night with clear spells although we could see a good deal of cloud across eastern parts of Scotland and England. Minimum temperatures down to 4 to 9 Celsius.


Thursday
With a deep area of low pressure is approaching the country, it becomes increasingly windy today as gales develop in the south west by evening. Expect showers across Wales and central and southern parts of England with rain reaching Cornwall and Northern Ireland by the end of the morning. Outbreaks of rain will affect Wales and southwest England in the afternoon with the risk of some heavy showers across the Midlands, up through western parts of England and Scotland. A wet and windy night to come right across the country with an area of heavy rain spreading north. Expect top temperatures today of 12 to 16 Celsius.


Friday
Friday looks to be a very unsettled and windy day across the United Kingdom. Most places will have spells of heavy rain in the morning this may turn to some heavy, thundery showers across central and southern parts of England in the afternoon. Cloudy overnight. Outbreaks of mainly light rain though again this may be heavy across parts of Scotland into Northern Ireland with winds up to 60 miles an hour across southwest England. High temperatures today of 12 to 16 Celsius.


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