UK Forecast- May 23, 2016
Dry & fair
Few showers later
A rather cloudy start to Tuesday morning across eastern Scotland, this cloud slipping into North East England too. However elsewhere it should be a fine start to the day with some good spells of sunshine. The client in eastern Scotland and north-east England will break with sunny spells developing here as well. Tending to remain dry into the afternoon for most although a few showers could develop over the Welsh mountains and the high ground of southern England. Temperatures rising to 10C in the cloudier parts of northeast Scotland, 19C in southern England.
Cloud pushes back westwards across much of Scotland and England overnight. This cloud reaching Wales, central Scotland and much of southern England by the morning. However Southwest England, Ireland, Western Wales and western Scotland should have some clear spells throughout the night. Most places will be dry although an odd spot of drizzle cannot be ruled out over eastern coasts later. Lows at 4 to 8C.
Wednesday is looking set to be a cold and damp day across many parts of England and eastern Scotland. An area of low pressure is expected to drift close to eastern coasts although high-pressure remains north of Scotland. There will be thickening cloud breeding periods of rain through much of central, eastern and Northern England, this probably reaching parts of northern Wales and eastern Ireland too. Outbreaks of rain unlikely across eastern Scotland. The far south-west of England, western and southern Wales as well as western Ireland and much of western Scotland should be dry and there may be some sunny spells here throughout the day. Highs at a chilly 11C in parts of northeast England, 16C in southwest Eng;and and western Scotland.
A small area of low pressure continues to be centred over the Midlands and Northern England on Thursday. This is likely to bring another rather cloudy and damp day through southern Ireland and across northern England, the northern Midlands, North Wales and southern and eastern Scotland. Further south brighter spells are expected to develop with some reasonable spells of sunshine especially over Southwest England. It may also be much brighter in northern and western Scotland as well is western parts of Ireland. Tops at a muggy 20C in any sunshine in southern England, 12 to 14C in the cloudier areas, 17C in western Scotland.