Issued: 0700 Sunday 25th March 2012
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
A Colder Weekend
Overall we expect high pressure to dominate much of the United Kingdom through this coming week. This will keep it mainly dry and settled across the country and temperatures will remain well above normal, feeling quite warm. It does look as though it temporarily cools off come the weekend.
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Most of the country will be fair and dry with sunny spells and it will be very, very mild. Morning fog patches and low cloud across central, southern and eastern areas will clear late this morning. Continued fair and dry overnight. Expect high temperatures today of 14 to 19C.
Continued dry and pleasantly warm across the country today but we may see more in the way of cloud across Scotland, northern and eastern parts of the country. Perhaps the best the sunshine will be found across southwest England. Highs of 14 to 19C.
Some rain to come across the north of Scotland today. The rest of the country is expected to stay fair and dry with the best of the sunshine today across central and southern parts of England. Tonight that band of light rain moves down across northern parts of England as it turns colder across the north. Expect highs of 13 to 17C.
A much colder day as possible on Saturday. Rather cloudy across Wales and the southern half of England this morning with some patchy light rain that will tend to clear by the afternoon. Most places will turn out dry today. A colder night of late with temperatures dropping to freezing or below giving a widespread frost across the country. Highs of 7 to 11C.
After a rather cold, and frosty start, it should be a dry day to come across most parts of the country with sunny intervals. Dry tonight with clear spells. Maximum temperatures of 9 to 12C.
A front may bring outbreaks of rain to northern Scotland today while it looks to remain fair and dry with sunny spells across most parts of the United Kingdom. Highs of 11 to 16C.