UK Forecast- August 21, 2014
Cool, sunny spells
A chilly start to this morning with some cloud and outbreaks of rain still to clear away from the far southeast of England. There may be a scattering of showers through the Midlands, north Wales and the north and west of Sotland, as well as northern and western coasts of Ireland. Most other places wil be dry with sunny spells. This afternoon ses little change with some showers affecting more northern and western areas, although these being well scattered. Highs around 12 to 20C.
Skies become mostly clear through tonight. There will still be some scattered showers around, mostly in the north and west. For the majority of the country it is going to be a dry and cold night. Lows near 5 to 10C.
High pressure building through Ireland today, with low pressure to the east of the UK over southern Norway. This leads to a cold northwest wind affecting all areas. There will be showers, most in the north and east, although to the west it should be dry. The best sunshine in more western and southern areas. Highs near 12 to 20C.
A ridge of high pressure building through the UK on Sunday. This should bring fair day to most with some god spells of sunshine. Cloud will be increasing in the west through the afternoon and this brings rain to Ireland by midday. The rain then eases east, with the winds increasing, to reach western Wales and southwest England by evening. Highs near 12 to 20C.