UK Forecast- October 25, 2014
Gales, heavy rain W Scotland
Quite a windy day to come across northern parts of Britain with gusts of 60 mph over the hills and exposed coasts of Scotland. Quite windy across Northern Ireland and northern parts of England. Very wet across the western half Scotland with the outbreaks of rain throughout the course of the day. Apart from a few scattered light showers across Wales and south west England and perhaps south east England, most of England, Wales, eastern Scotland and Northern Ireland should be dry today is a good deal of cloud and a few sunnier intervals. Maximum temperatures of 11 to 15 Celsius.
It remains quite windy across Scotland. Western parts of Scotland will see further outbreaks of heavy rain throughout the course of the evening and the night. Scattered showers may affect northwest England with some light rain perhaps your western parts of Wales and Cornwall. Elsewhere it will be dry through the evening and night. Expect lows of 10 to 13 Celsius.
Most of England and Wales should be fair and today with the best of the sunshine across eastern and south eastern parts of England. For Northern Ireland and most of Scotland it will be cloudy with sporadic outbreaks of mainly light rain. Parts of eastern Scotland should remain dry. Going the evening the rain turns heavier across Scotland and Northern Ireland where it lingers during the night and the winds increased to gale force with gusts in excess of 60mph before morning. Rather mild today with maximum temperatures of 14 to 18 Celsius.
Another windy day with gales and gusts in excess of 60mph across Scotland in the morning. By afternoon England and Wales will be windy as a cold front pushes down from the north. An area of heavy rain will be clearing from Scotland and will be across northern England and Wales in the afternoon. As its clears it will be turning colder in the north. Southern parts of England remain dry until rain spreads and overnight. Maximum temperatures of 11 to 18 Celsius.