UK Forecast- July 26, 2014
Showers for some
Fresher north and west
A fresher day to come in the north and the west but still quite warm in the south east. Today looks unsettled and showery across Northern Ireland, Scotland, northern parts of England along with northern and western parts of Wales. Some of these will be on the heavy side. For central and southern parts of England it stays dry with the best of the sunshine. We are expecting maximum temperatures of 17 to 25 Celsius north to south.
This evening an area of showery rain is forecast across Wales with a few showers around The Wash area and into parts of south west England, maybe the West Midlands too, otherwise a largely dry evening with some late sunshine to end the day. Overnight there remains the risk of showery rain across much of Wales with a few possibly heavy showers across south west England along with East Anglia and the south east. Some rain too may affect Northern Ireland. Expect minimum temperatures of 10 to 14 Celsius.
A dry morning across the north and into the Midlands. A number of showers to come across Northern Ireland, Wales, south west and eastern England. In the afternoon the showers tend to become more widespread with some heavy but perhaps few across central England. While most of the showers fade by evening, rain spreads in across north west Scotland then into Northern Ireland, all of Scotland and Cumbria in the night. Expect maximum temperatures of 20 to 24 Celsius.
Warmer today. Western Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and northern England will have some rain and showers. Central and southern parts of England should remain dry with sunny spells. Apart from rain and showers across western Scotland and Cumbria, it looks fair and dry into the evening and the night. Expect maximum temperatures of 17 to 26 Celsius.