UK Forecast- April 18, 2015
Cloudy, patchy rain
Best in the west
Northern parts of Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and south west England should be dry with the best of the sunshine this morning. Cloud thickens up across the rest of Britain this morning to brings some patchy outbreaks of rain. Cornwall, Northern Ireland and western parts of Scotland may keep the sunshine into the afternoon while it's a rather cloudy afternoon across the remainder of Britain, still with some pockets of light rain mainly across central and north eastern parts of England. Expect maximum temperatures of 11 to 14 Celsius but feeling chilly in the north east wind.
Through the evening we keep a good deal of cloud across England, Wales and also southern Scotland. Some patchy rain or showers may affect parts of Wales, northern England and southern Scotland. Most of this tends to die away during the course of the night. Where skies clear in the south we may see a local frost and fog patches in some rural areas. Expect lows of 1 to 5 Celsius.
High pressure will give the United Kingdom a fine, dry day with lots more in the way of sunshine to come. Perhaps today more cloud may affect Northern Ireland, north west England and western Scotland. This evening will be dry with some late sunshine to end the day. A clear night will follow and with light winds, we may see a rural frost with some fog patches developing my morning. Expect top temperatures of to 12 to 18 Celsius.
Tuesday that high maintains and is going to give another dry, mostly sunny day. Best of the sun is likely to be across central and southern parts of England where it will feel pleasantly warm. More cloud may develop in the afternoon across Scotland and northern parts of England. It will remain fine into the evening and the night with well broken cloud, some mist patches and a risk of a frost in the north. Expect top temperatures of 12 to 19 Celsius.