UK Forecast- March 26, 2015
Rain in southwest
Showers west Scotland
A fair and cold start to the morning. There are some good spells of sunshine, the best in the east this. Cloud is increasing across Ireland with some rain in the south now. This area of rain will be arriving in southwest England and southwest Wales this afternoon. Drier for most other parts of the country although cloud increasing across the rest of Wales and southern England. Some showers into western Scotland but dry in the east with sunny spells here. Cloud in Northern Ireland, although some bright spells to the far north. Highs at 8 to 12C.
Some drizzle in southern Wales and southwest England this evening, this lasting into the night. Mostly cloudy but dry over the rest of England. A larger area of drizzle passes through Ireland in the early hours, with more persistent rain affecting the north and west. Rain arrives into Scotland later, this heavy in the west. Lows near 3 to 8C.
An area of low pressure crosses Scotland on Saturday. Strong winds and an area of rain passing east too, the heaviest of it across Scotland. Brighter weather will be following into Ireland, although with a few showers, and then this brighter weather passing through all parts of the UK in the afternoon. Rain may arrive in western Ireland again later. Highs near 6 to 14C.
Another area of low pressure crosses Scotland overnight into Sunday. This takes further rain with it and so many areas starting Sunday wet. Becoming drier across northern and eastern areas, although some showers in western Scotland. Rain and cloud linger over southern Ireland, Wales and the south of England, most of the rain in the west. Highs at 7 to 14C.