UK Forecast- May 23, 2013
Cold and Windy
Rain Clearing the Southeast
Very windy with gales across southeast England and East Anglia, and a cold day as well for May. Outbreaks of moderate to heavy rain are expected across east Anglia and the southeast this morning this gradually clearing away from the southeast coast by mid afternoon. Showers are expected across north eastern parts of England and Wales during the day. Best of the dry, sunnier weather will be across Scotland, northwest England, Northern Ireland and Cornwall. Maximum temperatures of just 8 to 12 Celsius but feeling even colder in the strong northerly wind.
Gradually the gales in the southeast will tend to lessen through the course though the evening and night but still quite breezy. Apart from the odd shower down around Kent this evening and tonight, most parts of the country will have fine evening with some late sunshine to come ahead of a dry, mostly clear night. Expect minimum temperatures of 3 to 7C.
Feeling warmer today with less wind in more sunshine. Apart from the odd shower in the far south of England, most parts of Britain should have a dry day with sunny spells and occasional cloud. Late in the afternoon we may see rain reaching western parts of Northern Ireland and Western Isles. Light rain may affect western Scotland, western Cumbria, northwest Wales and Northern Ireland tonight. Fair and dry across the rest of the country with clear spells. Expect high temperatures of 15 to 17 Celsius.
We can expect a good deal of dry weather today although we could see some showers across Western parts of Britain in the morning perhaps with a few developing across central and north eastern England in the afternoon. Overall many areas be dry. Pleasantly warm and the sunshine with maximum temperatures of 14 to 18 Celsius. A fine, dry evening across the country, but during the night outbreaks of rain are expected to sweep in across Northern Ireland, western Scotland, western Wales and western parts of England.