UK Forecast - May 28, 2012
Not As Hot
More Cloud, A Few Showers

Tuesday
Largely dry across much of the United this morning. Expect a good deal of cloud across northern areas for this morning with the best of the sunshine across central and southern parts of England and in the afternoon we could see a few sharp showers developing across southern England. A few showers to make develop across central parts of Scotland with northern areas staying rather cloudy once again. Not as hot today with high temperatures of 16 to 23 Celsius.


Tuesday Night
This evening sharp showers in the central and southern parts of England will fade away with most areas, becoming dry. During the night there is a risk of some showers across northern parts of Scotland and western parts of Wales, otherwise most areas will be dry with some mist and low cloud developing by morning. Minimum temperatures down to 8 to 13 Celsius.


Wednesday
Many areas will start fair and dry with some sunshine, but showers will develop across Wales, the Midlands, and up through northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. It is here the showers will persist through the afternoon, some turning heavy. South eastern parts of England looks best dry, sunny weather expected. An area of rain and showers will continue from the Midlands northward up through northern England and Scotland during the evening. Cloudy overnight but largely dry across England and Wales with some rain for Scotland. Expect top temperatures today of 17 to 21 Celsius.


Thursday
A much cooler day to come across the country and very unsettled. Outbreaks of rain across most places this morning. It dries up across Scotland and Northern Ireland by afternoon with the risk of some heavy showers across central and southern parts of England and Wales. Most places will be dry during the night. High temperatures today of 11 to 18 Celsius.


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