UK Forecast- July 28, 2014
Showery, windy north
Warm, dry south
Still the threat of a few thundery showers hanging around the far southeast of England on Tuesday morning. These clearing though to leave a dry day with sunny spells over most of the Midlands, East Anglia, southwest England and the southern half of Wales. A fine start to the day in north and west Wales as well as northern England to, but cloud increasing here as a weakening front slips south bringing a few spots of rain by late morning and into the afternoon. Probably staying dry in northeast England. Drier and brighter weather following to much of southern and eastern Ireland, eastern Scotland and northern England, but windier with some heavy showers in the north and west of Scotland and over Northern Ireland. Highs at a very warm 27C in southeast England, 20 to 25C for much of England and eastern Wales, but 18 to 22C elsewhere.
Broken cloud across central parts of England and Wales tonight, perhaps with a pot of rain on windward facing hills at first, although these fading quickly. Then dry with clear spells for much of England and Wales as well as eastern Scotland and Ireland. Staying windy with heavy showers in northern and western Scotland as well as the west and north of Ireland. Lows of 8 to 12C.
Low pressure is expected to be to the north of Scotland on Wednesday. This brings a windy day here with showers, most in the north and west with some of them heavy at times. Further heavy showers for northern and western parts of Ireland and an odd one in northwest England and the north and west of Wales. Elsewhere it should be mostly dry with sunny spells. Highs around 18 to 25C.
Low pressure is expected to be closer to western Scotland on Thursday bringing more showers here. The showers merging to longer spells of rain at times in western Scotland, and these spreading into the north and west of Ireland, with showers in the east and south. Showers to for northwest England and north Wales, but elsewhere it should be largely dry with sunny spells, the best of them always through southern and southeast England. Highs at 18 to 25C.