UK Forecast - June 18, 2012
Scattered Showers
Staying Unsettled

Tuesday
Much of the country should start dry, with sunny spells but a few widely scattered showers are expected to develop across Wales and northern England later this morning, while some rain affects northern Scotland. Expect a good deal of dry weather across the country, although we will find still some scattered showers across the country, the odd heavy one across Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland. Some central and eastern parts of England should escape with a dry, sunny day. Expect high temperatures of 14 to 18 Celsius.


Tuesday 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 figures. Rain is expected across northern Scotland. Expect minimum temperatures down to 4 to 8 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 and across Wales in particular. 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 western England, western Wales and western Scotland during the course of the night and perhaps a few heavy showers and the southeast. Expect top temperatures today of 16 to 20 Celsius.


Thursday
More unsettled across the country on Thursday. Persistent outbreaks of rain forecast for Scotland and some of it will be heavy. For England, Wales and Northern Ireland. We are looking at some heavy showers, possibly with thunder. By tonight the rain was cleared most of Scotland and most the showers will have faded from England and Wales. High temperatures today of 15 to 19 Celsius.


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