Issued: 0635 Wednesday 11th July 2012
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
Temperatures below Normal
Low pressure remains the dominant weather feature across the United Kingdom. This will keep the weather unsettled with further showers along with longer spells of rain for most parts of the country, although something drier develops later in the south. Overall temperatures are expected to remain below normal.
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Mostly cloudy across a good part of the country with some patchy rain in the south and the west. Showers are expected for most areas in the afternoon. A number of showers will continue across central and southern parts of England into the evening and night. Expect highs of 14 to 17C.
Sunday morning. Most places will have a fair, dry morning with some sunshine once again a number of showers are expected to develop across mainly England and Wales through the day. Expect highs of 14 to 18C.
Rain spills in across Northern Ireland during the morning but most places will be dry before that rain spreads in across much of the United Kingdom in the afternoon. Expect maximum temperatures of 12 to 17C.
Northern Scotland and southern England should have a dry morning elsewhere expect outbreaks of rain with showers. Little change is likely to the afternoon. Rain continues across northern Scotland and Northern Ireland tonight with the rest of the country dry. A warmer day to come with maximum temperatures of 16 to 22C.
Heavy rain is expected across northern Scotland today with showers across northwest England and Northern Ireland. The rest of England and Wales looks fair and dry with sunny spells. Expect top temperatures of 16 to 21C.
Monday sees the best weather across eastern and southern parts of England with sunny spells. More cloud to come across the rest of the country with the risk of showers. Expect highs of 15 to 18C.