Issued: 0950 Sunday 29 May 2016
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
An area of low pressure retrogrades to the west and the low and it's weather front tend to linger across southern England for much of the week. The southern half of the country is likely to see little sunshine with rain at times. Best conditions this week are likely to be across Scotland and Northern Ireland.
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Breezy and overall expect a largely cloudy day with sporadic outbreaks of rain across all but the north of Scotland and Northern Ireland. Quite misty over the hills. Rain tends to linger into the night. Expect high temperatures of 15 to 19C.
For England and Wales expect a cloudy day with further spells of rain at times. Mostly fair and dry across Northern Ireland and Scotland. A brisk north east wind will make it feel chilly in the east. Highs of 15 to 20C.
For Wales and the southern half of England, a front will keep it cloudy with outbreaks of rain and drizzle. To the north of this it is expected to be dry with sunny spells. Rain lingers in the extreme south overnight. Highs of 13 to 17C.
For much of the country it's looking largely dry. More cloud across central and southern parts of England may give some patchy bits of rain here and there. Lots of sunshine is likely for Scotland, northern England and Northern Ireland. Top temperatures of 13 to 17C.
A number of showers tend to develop across Wales and southern England through the day along with sunnier spells. Rain may affect eastern parts of Scotland with western areas having the best of the sunshine. Expect highs of 15 to 18C.
Confidence is quite low in the forecast. Models suggest a band of rain affects Wales, northern England and Scotland with the south east mostly fair and dry. Expect highs of 15 to 19C.