UK Forecast- April 01, 2015
Rain west & south
A warm front extends across Ireland and into southern Wales and southern England through today. This is going to be bringing lots of cloud and outbreaks of rain with it, some sleet over the hills of the Midlands and southeast England. A murky and misty day in the west and south, this particularly affecting coasts and hills. A few wintry showers in northern and eastern Scotland, but these fading, Most parts of Scotland and eastern England are then dry, although cloudy and cold. More persistent rain arriving in Ireland in the afternoon, with most western and southern parts of the UK cloudy, damp and murky. Cloudier in the north and east, dry too. Highs at 6 to 13C.
The rain turning heavier and more persists in the west through this evening, and this rain then spreading eastwards and mostly affecting Wales, northern England, Scotland and Ireland. A murky night. Some snow over the high ground of central Scotland. Lighter rain in Ireland and southern parts of England. Lows at 2 to 9C for most.
An area of low pressure passing southeast through Scotland and into northern England today. A wet morning over eastern and central parts of England and Scotland. The rain is going to be turning more patchy and showery elsewhere. Staying rather cloudy and damp over England and Wales into the afternoon, although becoming drier in Scotland much of northwest England and Ireland. Highs near 6 to 12C.
High pressure is going to be building to the west of Ireland on Saturday. A warm front brings cloud and patchy rain to northern and western Scotland as well as the far north of Northern Ireland. Increasingly cloudy across northern England with some drizzle arriving in the Lake District and along northeastern coasts of England later. Over the rest of England, Wales and southern Ireland it is likely to be staying dry with broken cloud and bright or sunny spells, the best in the south. Highs at 8 to 12C.