UK Forecast- May 22, 2015
Sunny for most
Rain in west
Some cloud across southern England to start today. This is going to be breaking with some good spells of sunshine coming through. For the rest of England, Wales and most of Scotland it should be a dry start to the day with good spells of sunshine. Little changes into this afternoon with more sunshine for most and staying dry. Thicker cloud and some rain will be reaching western Scotland and Ireland this afternoon, this becoming more persistent. Highs around 20C in the sunshine in southern England, 15 to 18C for most.
A band of cloud and rain slipping eastwards through Scotland and Ireland during the first part of the night, reaching northern England and the north and west of Wales by morning. Staying dry for other parts of eastern Wales and England. Drier weather follows into Scotland and Ireland through the early hours. Lows at 4 to 9C.
A weakening cold front passing through England and Wales on Sunday brings a damp start for some central and southwestern parts of England and the whole of Wales. Dry and bright in the south and east with sunny spells but tending to cloud over as the front arrives bringing just a few spots of rain in the afternoon. Sunny spells and mostly dry weather for northern England and Scotland as well as Ireland, and becoming brighter across Wales and southwest England later. Just an odd shower in the north and west of Scotland. Highs near 21C in southeast England, but a much cooler 11 to 17C behind the frost.
A ridge of high pressure building through the country on Monday. This is going to be bringing plenty of dry weather. There will be a fair amount of cluod, but this will be breaking allowing some sunny spells to come through. A chance of a shower over western coasts of Scotland and Ireland but for most it is dry. Highs at 12 to 18C.