Issued: 0855 Tuesday 11th September 2012
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
Another Fine Weekend to Come
We will see low pressure dominating the first part of this upcoming week with temperatures closer to normal values. By the weekend, high pressure is back in charge with temperatures rising to above normal was become pleasantly warm across the country.
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Mostly cloudy across England and Wales with patchy outbreaks of rain in the morning then brighter and drier for the afternoon. Elsewhere expect quite a lot of showers in the morning but fewer are likely in the afternoon with many areas turning dry and sunnier. Expect highs of 14 to 20C.
High pressure now in charge, and it becomes warmer. Morning mist and fog patches will clear England and Wales with a dry, mostly sunny day to come. Some rain to come across western parts of Scotland. Fair and dry across most of Scotland and Northern Ireland. Expect maximum temperatures of 15 to 21C.
Much of the United Kingdom will have a fine, dry and pleasantly warm day today with sunny spells after early mist and low cloud clears away. Some light rain may affect parts of Northern Ireland and western Scotland. Expect high temperatures of 18 to 22C.
A warm day to come across southern parts of England. Outbreaks of rain pushes into north western parts of Britain with much of the country staying dry with the best of the sunshine in the south and east. Top temperatures of 19 to 23C.
Continued warm across southern England today and for much of England and Wales it will remain dry with sunny spells. Outbreaks of rain will affect Scotland and Northern Ireland, becoming heavy. Expect top temperatures of 19 to 24C.
With low pressure across the country, it looks as though it will be more unsettled with showers or some longer spells of rain to come for many areas. Expect high temperatures of 16 to 21C.