Issued: 0855 Monday 7th May 2012
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
No Sign of Summer
Overall it's looking generally unsettled for many areas through this upcoming week but perhaps settling down more later, especially in the south. Temperatures are expected to remain below or near to normal levels.
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For central and southern parts of England along with Wales and its a very wet morning with spells of heavy rain clearing from the west. Early in the afternoon the rain clears Anglia and the southeast much of England and Wales dry with sunny spells. Just a few scattered showers across Scotland and Northern Ireland today. Expect highs of 10 to 12C.
Today expect a good deal of dry weather to come across much of the United Kingdom with just a scattering of showers across Scotland, northern England and Wales. A dry, mostly clear night to come for most places. Highs of 11 to 14C.
Most areas will be dry this morning with sunny spells but in the afternoon scattered showers are likely to develop in many areas. Tonight some rain may threaten southwest England. Expect highs of 12 to 15C.
Today outbreaks of rain are forecast for western parts of Scotland. Rather cloudy with showers across Northern Ireland today. Most of England and Wales will be fair, dry with some sunshine, although one or two showers may affect Wales and central parts of England in the afternoon. Tonight rain sweeps in across most of Scotland and Northern Ireland. Maximum temperatures of 11 to 15C.
Monday looks to be unsettled and cloudy with spells of rain to come across much of the country, although East Anglia and the southeast may see little in the way of rain fall. Top temperatures of 10 to 14C.
Confidence is low in the forecast at this point, but models suggest rain clears the east early this morning, then dry except some showers to come across north western parts of Britain. Expect highs of 9 to 13C.