UK Forecast- August 29, 2014
Variable cloud & dry
Spots of rain in west
Variable amounts of cloud through today. There will be a few outbreaks of rain, most through western Scotland, northwest England and over parts of Wales this morning. For the majority it will be dry with sunny spells, the best in the east. Into the afternoon there will still be a few spots of rain in Scotland as well as through Wales and Ireland, although these generally scattered. Dry for most with sunny spells, and again the best in the east and south. Rather breezy in western and northern areas. Highs at 14 to 21C.
A fair night ahead with some spots of rain at first over the hills of northwest England and the north and west of Scotland. Dry elsewhere with clear skies. A few mist patches forming later in more southern areas. Lows near 6 to 10C.
A ridge of high pressure building through the UK on Sunday. There will be some patchy cloud in more northern and western areas at first, but this breaking. For most it will be dry with sunny spells throughout the day. Thicker cloud may affect the far west of Ireland and the far west of Scotland in the afternoon, this bringing some spots of rain by the evening. Highs at a warmer 16 to 22C.
A weakening front slipping south through England and Wales, although pressure stays high on Monday. There will be cloud and some spots of rain across northern England, Wales and southwest England. Drier and brighter in east Anglia and the southeast. Drier weather in Scotland and Northern Ireland with some brighter spells developing here, especially in the north and west. Highs at 15 to 23C.