Issued: 0920 Tuesday 22nd May 2012
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
A bit cooler from Friday
This coming week sees high pressure is the main weather feature across the United Kingdom. This will keep most areas dry with good sunny spells. Any showers should be very well scattered. We will find a brisk northeast wind developing on Friday lasting through the weekend as temperatures come down closer to normal levels before picking up again next week.
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Not quite as a warm today with a brisk northeast wind blowing. It should be a dry, settled, day across the country with sunny spells, although eastern coasts could see more in the way of cloud. Continued dry and clear tonight. Expect highs of 16 to 22C.
A windy but dry day to come across all parts of the country with sunny spells. Again some eastern areas may be more prone to some cloud at times. Highs of 17 to 20C.
It remains quite breezy on Sunday. There is a risk of some scattered showers across Wales and southwest England, but overall it will be dry with sunny spells. A dry night across the country. Expect highs of 17 to 20C.
We lose that brisk eastern northeast wind today so it will feel warmer. Lots of dry weather to come across the United Kingdom today with sunny spells and just a scattering of showers are possible across southern parts of England. These fade by evening, leading to a dry, clear night. Maximum temperatures of 19 to 22C.
High pressure is expected to dominate and keep much of the United Kingdom settled and dry with sunny spells. Some showers may affect Northern Ireland. Expect top temperatures of 19 to 22C.
Ending forecast, it appears that we keep it fine, settled weather across all parts of the country and it looks pleasantly warm. Expect highs of 19 to 23C.