UK Forecast- September 23, 2014
Bright & dry
Cooler in wind
Some morning cloud across East Anglia and the far southeast of England at first today, and the chance of an odd spot of rain here too. This is going to be clearing quickly and then the morning should be dry with good spells of sunshine for most. There is a chance of a few showers over the far north of Scotland, and perhaps a few in west Wales and northwest England in the morning, but these fading to leave a fine day. Thicker cloud arrives in western Ireland later as a warm front approaches. Highs at 13 to 18C.
Cloud and some drizzle will be spilling eastwards through Ireland and Scotland early in the night, bringing plenty of murk to western coasts and hills. This then pushes through northern Wales and Wales binging lots of mist and drizzle here. For ither areas the night will be dry, although with increasing cloud. Lows at 10 to 14C.
A broad warm sector covers the country on Thursday. Warm fronts will be both north and east, with a moist westerly flow bringing plenty of cloud and drizzle to northern and western coasts and hills. Mist will be settling over high ground too. Further east and south the cloud should break with some sunny spells developing, although always more cloud along southern coasts. A muggy day with highs at 15 to 21C in the sunshine.
A weakening cold front slips south on Friday, clearing the low cloud and mist. It will be a brighter day through Scotland, northern England and Ireland with good spells of sunshine and just an odd shower in the north and west. A band of cloud associated with the front could bring a few showery spots of rain in the Midlands and Wales, but across southern England the cloud may linger for a while, before eventually breaking. Highs around 12 to 21C.