UK Forecast- September 01, 2015
Chilly northerly winds
Low pressure over the North Sea maintains a strong northerly wind across north-eastern Britain. Rough seas for eastern coasts. Showery outbreaks of rain becoming persistent across much of England & Wales, spreading southwards through the day, giving some locally heavy bursts. A few well scattered showers across northern Britain & Ireland. Cloudy skies for many, but some sunshine in the south. Feeling cool at 14 to 18C.
Showers will slowly fade during the evening, becoming mainly dry across inland regions of Britain and Ireland. A few clusters of showers may continue through the night around coastal areas in the north & east, also north Wales and perhaps Northern Ireland. Breezy in the north, lighter winds in central parts. Overnight lows between 7 and 10C for most, but locally dipping to 4C in some sheltered northern valleys.
A cool northerly pattern continues. Many areas dry, but a lot of cloud. Some occasional sun, best toward the south-west. Showery toward eastern coasts, where it will feel distinctly cool in a strong wind. Gales over the North Sea will produce continued heavy seas along eastern coasts. Scattered showers may drift off the Irish Sea into north Wales. Daytime temperatures only 12 to 16C for many, up to 18C in the far south.
Low pressure to the east and high pressure to the west produces a continued cool north to north-westerly breeze. Variable cloud, which may thicken from the north later as weak fronts approach Scotland. Some sunshine breaking through in central & southern areas. Many areas dry, but a few scattered showers around coastal areas in the north & east, perhaps also moving into north Wales for a time. Highs 14 to 18C, highest south.