UK Forecast- August 03, 2015

Windy north

Patchy rain west

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It's a bright start to Tuesday across many eastern and southern parts of the country. There will be some good sunny spells and it should stay dry too. Further north and west the day starts breezy. gales could affect western Scotland and there will be bands of showery rain across Scotland, northwest England, Wales and Ireland. This afternoon sees further showers in Scotland, along the Pennines, north Wales and in Ireland. Elsewhere it should be dry with sunny spells. Highs at 23C in southeast England, 16C in western Scotland.

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Bits of showery rain over northern England and Scotland as well as Northern Ireland. More southern areas of England, Wales and Ireland should be dry with clearer skies. More persistent rain could affect the far south of Scotland and parts of southern Ireland. It may be damp for a while in the far west of Wales as well as parts of Cornwall. Much of the rest of England and eastern Wales, as well as eastern Scotland should be dry. Lows of 7 to 14C.

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Low pressure west of the UK on Wednesday. This brings some front across Ireland and western England, Scotland and Wales. Cloud and some outbreaks of rain in the west, most across Ireland and southwest Scotland. Despite a fair amount of cloud, eastern and southern areas should be drier although with plenty of cloud. There is a risk of a few showers on the hills of southeast England and parts of East Anglia. Highs near 15 to 24C.

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Low pressure remains to the northwest of Scotland on Thursday. A front passes over Scotland giving rain here. Showery bursts of rain also for northern England, but these fading in the afternoon. Western coasts and hills are likely to have an odd shower, but most other areas to the east and south will be dry with broken cloud. Turning brighter in the west again later. Highs at 15 to 26C.


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