Issued: 0920 Tuesday 2 September 2014
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
Most Places Dry
Overall high pressure will remain in charge of the weather across the United Kingdom throughout much of this upcoming week. Little in the way of precipitation is expected and temperatures will rise to above normal with a slight, gradual cooling trend later in the weekend.
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Unseasonably warm. There is a risk of showers across Northern Ireland, western Wales and Scotland today. Most parts of the country should be fine and dry with good spells of sunshine. Fine and dry to the evening and night with some patchy mist by morning. Maximum temperatures of 19 to 26C.
It remains rather warm in the south. Most places again will be dry today with a mixture of cloud and sunny spells. It continues fine and dry to the evening and night. Maximum temperatures of 16 to 24C.
Expect little overall change in the weather pattern. All parts of the country should be dry with morning mist patches clearing to sunny intervals and occasional cloud. Highs of 16 to 22C.
For much of the country will be a dry day but eastern parts of England could see a good deal of cloud. This could be thick enough to give some patchy drizzle in the morning. The west and the north will be the favoured spots for the best of the sunshine. Expect maximum temperatures of 16 to 20C.
With high pressure in charge, much of the United Kingdom should be settled and dry with sunny spells and occasional large amounts of cloud. Eastern parts of England again could have some early morning drizzle. Top temperatures of 17 to 21C.
It should remain dry across most parts of England and Wales while a weather front could bring some rain to Northern Ireland and western Scotland, although confidence is low. Highs of 16 to 20C.