UK Forecast- May 03, 2016
Windy & showery
A fine start to the day on Wednesday across much of England and Wales. There will be plenty of morning sunshine and it will be dry. Stained fair here into the afternoon and feeling warm as well. More cloud will affect northern England, Scotland and Ireland and this will be thick enough to be producing some at breaks of rain in western Scotland and western Ireland. The wind is increasing in a more northern and western areas as well. Highs at 19C in parts of southeast England, 11C in western Scotland.
Sky will be staying mostly clear across England and eastern parts of Wales tonight, and it should be staying dry too. Think a cloud affects Scotland and Ireland with some patchy rain here through this evening, this then sleep southwards into Northwest England and Northwest Wales through the early hours of the morning. Quite a breezy start to the night in Scotland and Ireland but these winds easing as the night progresses. Lows at 3 to 8C.
Pressure remains generally high across the country on Thursday. There will be the remnants of an old front across northern England and Wales bringing a fair amount of cloud here through the morning. There is also a chance of a few spots of rain in these areas are likely over the hills. Drier and brighter to the south and east with some good spells of sunshine through the day, and feeling warm here too. Gradually becoming brighter in northern England and Wales during the day and tending to be dry for the afternoon. Some showers and cloud in western Ireland and western Scotland, but dry with good spells of sunshine to the east. A warm day with temperatures rising to 20C in the sunnier parts of southern England, 11C in western Scotland.
Low pressure to the south of the country on Friday brings a more easterly flow to all areas. Variable amounts of cloud are likely with the best sunny spells probable three more central and western areas. However there is much uncertainty over the amount of cloud that will be around. A few showers may develop over the hills of Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales in the afternoon. Most other areas should be dry. A warm day with tops as high as 21C in southern England, 17C in southern Scotland and 14C in northern Scotland.