UK Forecast - May 23, 2012
Another Very Warm Day
Sunny, Isolated Showers Risk

Thursday
Low cloud, mist and fog across eastern parts of Scotland and eastern parts of England will burden to the coast by the afternoon. Lots of sunshine to come across the country today. Most places will be dry during the course of the day and it becomes very warm again but towards the end of the afternoon we could see one or two sharp showers develop across the south of England. It will be another warm, summery day with top temperatures today of 21 to 26 Celsius but lower around North Sea coasts.


Thursday Night
This evening the sharp showers in the west will soon fade, leading most areas with a fine, dry evening with some late sunshine to come. This will be followed by a dry night with mostly clear skies, these. Elsewhere it will be a dry and very warm night with minimum temperatures down to just 12 to 16 Celsius.
 


Friday
It becomes cooler and windier across the country today and apart from a few scattered showers across southwest England and South Wales, it will be a dry day with good sunny intervals. A fine evening to come with some late sunshine for most areas, and this will be followed by a dry, mostly clear night and it will be cooler than the previous few nights. Expect top temperatures today of 18 to 24 Celsius.


Saturday
Just a bit cooler today and it will be quite windy which will take the edge off of above normal temperatures. Winds will be strongest in the west. High pressure will give all parts of the country a settled, dry and sunny day. Continued dry for this evening with lots of late sunshine ahead of a dry, clear and cooler night. High temperatures today of 17 to 22 Celsius.


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