UK Forecast- October 27, 2016
Rain in Scotland
Plenty of cloud around through Thursday morning. There could be some mist or fog patches in the far south at first, but these lifting quickly. A front brings rain to northern and western Scotland as well as the far north and west of Ireland. Western hills may experience a few spots of drizzle too. Elsewhere it will be dry with cloud breaking here and there, mostly through the Midlands and eastern England. Highs at a mild 16C in the south, 13C in northern Scotland.
A murky night with mist and fog becoming fairly widespread over England and Wales as well as Ireland. There will be a few spots of drizzle over the hills, especially in the west. More eastern areas are likely to be drier. Rain in the far north of Scotland and breezier here too. Broken cloud over the rest of Scotland with a few clearer spells. Lows at 7 to 11C.
High pressure is expected to be centred over the south of the country through Friday. Plenty of mist and murk around early in the morning with some drizzle on the hills. There could be rain in western parts of Ireland. Drier in the east. Scotland is likely to have a fair amount of cloud, but also morning mist and fog patches. These lifting with the cloud breaking and a few bright spells coming through. The best of the brightness in the east. Highs at 13 to 17C.
The area of high pressure remains over the south of the UK through Saturday. It is likely to be another misty start with fog patches in places. These slowly lifting with a few bright spells here and there. Less misty and fog further west and north with cloud being broken and some bright or sunny spells forming. Rain may affect the far west of Ireland. Highs at 12 to 16C.