UK Forecast- May 23, 2015
Rain Clearing Eastward
Mostly Fine Bank Holiday Monday
A lot of cloud across England and Wales this morning as an area of rain across northern England, the North Midlands, Wales and south east England weakens as it tracks down into central and southern parts of England in the afternoon. This clears all but East Anglia and the south east by afternoon's end. Some sunshine develops in the afternoon. A number of showers to affect north western parts of Scotland but fine and dry today across eastern Scotland and Northern Ireland. Temperatures are expected to be near normal with highs of 13 to 19 Celsius.
The last of the residual rain across East Anglia and the south east looks to soon clear away early this evening. Further showers to affect north western parts of Scotland with much of the country having a dry end to the day. Much of the country will have a rather chilly but dry night with clear spells, although showers will persist in the north of Scotland. Expect lows of 4 to 8 Celsius.
Bank Holiday Monday
We may find a good deal of cloud across the country today and this could just give a few, widely, scattered light afternoon showers to eastern parts of England. Best of the sunshine may be found across south western parts of England. Some light rain may affect north western parts of Scotland tonight. The bulk of the united Kingdom will be dry with a lot of cloud with clear spells in the far south. Top temperatures of 13 to 16 Celsius.
Much of the country should be dry but with lots of cloud. A few sunnier spells may develop as we go through the day. There is a risk of some early drizzle this morning across northern parts of Wales and north west England. Much of the cloud tends to dissolve this evening with some late sunshine to end the day. Rain comes into north west Scotland tonight. The rest of Britain stays fine and dry with clear spells. Expect top temperatures of 15 to 19 Celsius.