UK Forecast- September 03, 2015
Cold & mostly dry
Another chilly day. The north to northwest wind brings cloud and outbreaks of rain in East Anglia, winds here reaching gale force on the coasts. A front brings some cloud and rain in northern, western and eastern Scotland, although this weakening as it heads south during this afternoon. Some brighter spells in western and southern Wales and England with sunny intervals. Plenty of cloud for most other areas and staying cool for all. Highs near 12C in northern Scotland, 18C in southern England.
A weak front passing through Wales and England tonight. This brings a few spots of rain, mostly on coasts and hills with very little inland. Dry for northern England, Scotland and Ireland. Still a fair amount of cloud but some breaks too leading to clearer spells here and there. Lows near 2C in central Scotland, 8C in southern England.
A cold front across the far south of England on Saturday morning, bringing a few showers here. This should slowly clear away with brighter weather then following. Broken cloud and a few bright spells for more central and eastern areas, although always the chance of a shower on coasts. Dry overall to the west with the best sunny spells here. However, there is again a risk of of or two showers over the hills. Feeling chilly for all, especially in the east. Tops at just 9C in central Scotland, 14 to 18C for most other areas.
High pressure will be centred over Ireland on Sunday. It will be staying chilly with a few showers around northern and western Scotland. A few showers developing over north and west Wales as well as the western Midlands. Most other areas stay dry with bright or sunny spells developing. The best of the sunshine across southern parts of England. Top temperatures near 13 to 19C north to south.