UK Forecast- July 06, 2015
Rain clears east
Sunshine & showers
A band of rain running through southern England, the Midlands and northeast England this morning. This area of rain passing eastwards, clearing by the middle of the afternoon. Some heavier bursts of rain running through the rain band. More northern and western areas will have a bright morning with showers. The showers could be heavy at times in more western areas and well tend to turn more frequent as the afternoon progresses with most in Scotland, northern England, western Wales and Ireland. Highs at 22C in southeast England, 15C in western Scotland, western Wales and Ireland.
Breezy with showers tonight, especially in the west. More persistent rain affecting the north and east of Scotland and windy here too with the risk of gales. Some eastern and southern areas are likely to be staying dry with clearer skies, although there is a risk of a shower just about anywhere. Lows at 8 to 11C.
An area of low pressure over Scandinavia on Wednesday. Higher pressure will be over and to the west of Ireland. A northwest flow will be bringing a mix of sunshine and showers, most of these affecting northern and eastern coasts and hills. The showers could be heavy in northern and eastern Scotland as well as eastern England. Sowers in the west at first, but these fading to leave most of this area dry by the evening. Tending to be drier and brighter along southern coasts of England. Feeling cold for all with highs at 11C in northern Scotland, 21C in southern England.
An area of high pressure builds south of the UK on Thursday. This should bring a fair day to most. There will be plenty of sunshine and it will be feeling less chilly too. The best of the sunshine in more eastern areas. Some thicker cloud and outbreaks of rain in western Scotland as a warm front passes northwards. Highs near 22C in the southeast, 14C in northern Scotland.