UK Forecast - August 31, 2014
Cloudy & damp south
Best sun to north

A cloudy and damp start to Monday across much of southern and central England and Wales. An old front will be producing some outbreaks of rain, most of it light, but a few moderate bursts too. For northern England it will become brighter during the morning, whilst Scotland and much of Ireland are brighter with sunny spells throughout, although the risk of showers in the west. The cloud and rain hold across southern and southeast England this afternoon, again most of the rain light. Elsewhere it should be brighter with sunny spells and dry too, although increased cloud in the far north of Scotland. Highs at 15 to 21C.

Monday night
Rather a cloudy night to come. There could be some outbreaks of rain across northern and eastern England, and Scotland, but it should become drier through central and southern areas. The threat of some thundery showers across East Anglia and the southeast, although confidence is low. Some showers through southwest England and Ireland. Cloudy for most with lows of 8 to 12C.

High pressure affects most of the country on Wednesday.


An area of high pressure will be centred over the south of England on Thursday. This brings lots of dry weather for much of England, Wales and the south and east of Scotland. Thicker cloud and some outbreaks of rain in northern and western Scotland. Highs at 15C in northern Scotland, 25C in southeast England.


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