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UK Forecast- May 29, 2016

Windier, sunny west

Heavy rain SE, East Anglia tonight

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Quite a windy day across England and the winds will be particularly strong across eastern parts of England. Central and eastern parts of Britain will become cloudy as a warm front approaches from the North Sea. This brings outbreaks of rain into eastern parts of East Anglia into Essex and Kent later in the afternoon. Western parts of the country along with Northern Ireland will be dry with the best of the sunshine. Expect maximum temperatures of 17 to 20 Celsius.

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It remains very windy this evening and overnight. An area of heavy rain affects East Anglia and the south east in the evening and this may edge slowly into the East Midlands and north east England overnight. Elsewhere it will be staying dry. Expect minimums of 8 to 12 Celsius.

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Today the best of the dry, sunny weather is expected across Northern Ireland, western parts of Wales, The West Country and western Scotland. It looks quite windy, especially across eastern Britain. Expect spells of locally heavy rain for The Midlands, parts of East Anglia and the south east. Overcast and misty with a good deal of low cloud with fog over the hills into the evening and night. Spells of rain and drizzle will much of England and Wales but drier across East Anglia and the south east. Expect top temperatures of 13 to 20 Celsius.

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It stays breezy across the country today with an area of rain expected across Wales and through central and southern parts of England, some of it heavy. Some light rain may also affect northern Scotland and parts of Northern Ireland. A dry day is likely across northern England. Overall much of Britain will see a good deal of cloud overnight with light rain across southern areas. Expect top temperatures of 14 to 19 Celsius.


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