UK Forecast - June 17, 2012
A few showers
Continued cool

Monday
Any residual rain across eastern parts of England soon clears away this morning. For much of the United Kingdom expect a day of variable cloud, sunny spells and scattered showers. A few showers may be heavy in the afternoon across Wales and Scotland with few showers in the far south of England. Expect high temperatures of 14 to 18 Celsius.


Monday Night
This evening the showers will fade from England, Wales and Northern Ireland leading to a dry, clear and chilly night as temperatures fall into single figure. Rain is expected across northern Scotland. Expect minimum temperatures down to 6 to 9 Celsius.
 


Tuesday
A dry, mostly sunny start to the morning. More cloud develops with a few showers across Wales and southwest England with heavy showers this morning for Scotland and Northern Ireland. East Anglia and the southeast of England should stay dry this afternoon but elsewhere it's another day of sunny spells and occasional showers, these could be heavy across Scotland, Northern Ireland and parts of Wales. A dry evening and night to come. Expect top temperatures today of 14 to 18 Celsius.


Wednesday
Another dry, sunny start to the day in most areas. A few widely, scattered showers may affect The Midlands and parts of Scotland later this morning. In the afternoon the showers become more widespread with a few heavy ones in the north and west. Perhaps a mainly dry day across eastern England in to the south east with the best of the sunshine. As showers soon disperse early this evening, rain moves into south west England, western Wales and Northern Ireland during the course of the night. High temperatures today of 17 to 20 Celsius.


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