UK Forecast- May 27, 2016
Quite a murky start to the morning across southern and eastern parts of the country. There could be some residual showers left across central Ireland, mid Wales and southern England although these fading. However, they will rejuvenate themselves into this afternoon with some of them becoming torrential. Drier for northern and eastern England as well as most of Scotland with some sunny spells breaking through. Just an odd shower in central Scotland. Highs at 16C in northern Scotland, 23C in the far south of England.
The heavy showers should fade through this evening. Some clearer skies will be forming and then most will be dry throughout. Watch for some mist and fog patches forming in more rural areas by the morning. A cool night under the clear skies with lows of 5 to 9C.
A bright morning with sunny spells developing as morning mist and fog patches clear. The best of the sunshine across more northern and western areas. Southern parts of England and Wales may have more cloud, although this is going to be broken with sunny spells developing. Showers will be formning in the afternoon, these tending to be over high ground of southern England, then running north over the Midlands, parts of Wales, northwest England and central Scotland. Heavier showers forming in western Ireland, but mostly dry and sunny to the east. Sea breezes developing. Highs at 16 to 23C.
Low pressure centred close to the Low Countries on Monday. This is likely to be bringing a breezy day over eastern parts of England with the risk of some patchy rain here too. The rain may affect parts of southern England although uncertainty over how widespread this could be. Drier and brighter in Scotland and also over western England and Wales. Ireland should be dry with sunny spells developing here too. Tops at 17 to 23C.