UK Forecast- March 11, 2014
Plenty of sunshine
Dry and mild
High pressure across the UK and Ireland will bring another dry day for all areas. A slight frost to start the morning, but soon lifting. Plenty of sunshine for most, and a brighter day in southern England compared to the low cloud on Tuesday. Most cloud on Wednesday will be towards the west, but this should be well broken. Feeling mild, temperatures widely 12 to 15C, warmest in the south.
Patches of cloud in the north-west on Wednesday evening, but skies will remain clear for most places. Mist and fog patches may develop in low lying areas of England and Wales. A weak front increases cloud in north-west Scotland, with some patchy light rain towards dawn. A slight frost for many, overnight lows 0 to 3C.
Light winds for all regions as high pressure remains dominant. Early frost and fog will clear, with bright sunshine in southern Britain. Thicker cloud towards the north, with a little light rain over Highland Scotland, highs of 9 to 12C. Otherwise it will be dry and mild, temperatures in England and Wales widely reaching 13 to 16C.
High pressure across southern Britain brings another bright and dry day, feeling pleasantly warm in sunshine and light winds. Clouds tend to thicken from the west through the day. More cloud again in Scotland and northern England, with patchy rain in northern Scotland in the morning, turning to showers in the north-west later in the day. A stronger westerly breeze will make it feel cooler in the north, temperatures 8 to 11C. Highs in England and Wales may well reach 14 to 17C, warmest in the south and east.