UK Forecast- July 07, 2015
Rain clears east
Sunshine & showers
Low pressure is to the east of the country today. This is bringing a cold, north to northwesterly wind across all areas. There will be showery outbreaks of rain just about anywhere, but most of them affecting exposed northern and eastern areas. Less showers to the west and any that are around should be fading through the morning. The afternoon sees other showers fading away to the east, with most western and southern parts drier with sunny spells. Highs at 11C in northern Scotland, but to 21C in southeast England.
Scattered showers in northern and eastern Scotland as well as eastern England at first tonight. These showers will be fading as the night progresses. All parts are then going to become dry with clear spells. The winds will be easing too with low temperatures of a chilly 3 to 8C.
An area of high pressure will be building into southern parts of England on Thursday. The northwest wind across northern and eastern parts will bring a scattering of showers. Drier elsewhere with broken cloud and sunny spells, leading to a pleasent day with little change in the afternoon. A warm front passing north through western Ireland brings more cloud here and some outbreaks of drizzle or light rain here. High temperatures at 23C in the sunshine in southern England, 14C in western Scotland and western Ireland.
The area of high pressure is going to slip east into the continent on Friday. This should bring plenty of sunny spells and dry weather in much of England and Wales, and it is going to be feeling warm and muggy too. Scotland and Ireland will have more cloud as fronts track north bringing some outbreaks of rain, this heavy at times in western Scotland. Drizzle for Ireland. Highs near 18C in western Scotland, 26C in southern and eastern England.