UK Forecast- August 20, 2014
Rain in North
For northern Britain it will be rather windy today and unsettled. Outbreaks of rain are expected across Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England with a few heavy bursts are likely. For Wales and southwest England along with perhaps the West Midlands expect a few sunny spells and occasional showers. East Midlands along with East Anglia and the southeast should be largely dry with the best of the sunshine. Still feeling rather chilly with maximum temperatures of 15 to 19 Celsius.
This evening that band of mainly light rain moves down across the Midlands and then into East Anglia and the southeast during the night. Most of the places will become dry during the night but there is a risk of a few heavy showers across southwest England, northwest England and northern Scotland. Expect minimum temperatures of 7 to 13 Celsius.
Friday we keep a cool and risk north west wind, especially across northern and eastern parts of England. A number of showers are expected across the country today, but in the afternoon most of Wales and southwest England should be dry. More persistent rain may continue across northern Scotland. The showers tend to fade early in the evening with most places dry and quite chilly during the night. Expect maximum temperatures of 15 to 19 Celsius.
Most places begin the day dry with sunny spells but showers develop this morning across northern England, Wales and northern Scotland. East Anglia and the south of England should escape with a dry afternoon and the best of the sunshine while elsewhere we can expect occasional showers. Still we keep the risk of a few showers across eastern parts of England and Scotland this evening ahead of the dry, mostly clear night. Expect maximum temperatures of 16 to 20 Celsius.