UK Forecast- July 23, 2016
Heavy rain moving NE
Warm, dry in south east
A fine, sunny morning across eastern England through East Anglia and the south east. An area of heavy rain is moving north eastward into the Irish Sea, this brushing western parts of Wales and south west England in the morning moving into northern England, parts of Northern Ireland and much of Scotland in the morning. The rest of the country will stay dry but turn increasingly cloudy. Still quite warm in the south east. Overall expect maximum temperatures of 18 to 26 Celsius.
Outbreaks of rain across Scotland and northern England in the evening will be moving away to the north east in the night. A few showers then follow in across north west Scotland and Northern Ireland. Most of the rest of England and Wales will have a dry night with clear spells developing. Expect minimums of 12 to 16 Celsius.
Central and southern parts of England should see the best of the dry, sunnier weather. Generally more cloud is expected elsewhere with scattered showers developing. Most of these are likely to be in the north and the west. Any showers soon fade in the early evening with some sunshine to end the day. A dry night to come with clear spells. Expect top temperatures of 16 to 24 Celsius.
Much of the country starts the day fine and dry with sunny spells. Again more in the way of cloud and scattered showers tend to develop as we go through the day but with many areas escaping them, especially across the east. An area of rain may spill in across Northern Ireland in the afternoon then into northern parts of England and Wales in the evening where it lingers overnight. Expect top temperatures of 16 to 23 Celsius.