UK Forecast- April 26, 2015
April showers, cold
Hill Snow north
A dry, cold start to the day with sunny spells. An area of heavy rain and showers with hills now comes in across Northern Ireland this morning with scattered showers and more cloud across Wales and south west England. Overall a cloudy afternoon with showers across much of Britain but perhaps few in the far south of England. The showers may be heavy across Northern Ireland, northern England and Scotland with snow over the Scottish Hills and the Antrim and Sperrin Hills. Temperatures will be below normal with maximum temperatures of 8 to 13 Celsius.
It becomes very windy during the evening and night, especially across northern England and southern Scotland. This evening remains cloudy with showery rain across Northern Ireland, Wales and northern parts of England with snow on the high ground. Overnight most of the showers should become confined to Northern Ireland, western parts of Scotland and north west England with a few in the south west of England. Expect lows of -1 to 3 Celsius.
It continues breezy and rather cold today. Another unsettled day in store for the United Kingdom and generally cloudy with lots of showers and longer spells of rain. Over the Highlands the showers will fall as snow. This evening a number of showers will persist in the west and across the south of England. Overnight much of the country may be dry but an area of more persistent rain could affect the channel coast. Expect top temperatures of 8 to 12 Celsius.
Overall we expect little overall change in the weather day as it stays unsettled with April showers. Lots of showers will develop across the country and again they turn heavy for the afternoon. Any showers in the north and the west this evening tend to retreat back to western coasts tonight leaving much of the country dry with clear spells. A frost may develop in rural, sheltered locations. Expect top temperatures of 10 to 12 Celsius.