UK Forecast- August 02, 2015
Mainly dry Monday
Several windy days
A deep low remains to the west of the British Isles. A weak front moves north-east, producing a lot of cloud and patchy showery rain. Brighter skies developing from the south-west. Most rain across Scotland early in the day. Scattered showers for Ireland. Mainly dry and sunny for southern England. A strong southerly breeze, reaching gale force for western Ireland. Highs 18 to 25C, warm and humid in the south-east.
Rain will affect Ireland during the evening and night, advancing into western Scotland. A few showers elsewhere around western coasts of England & Wales. Dry with clear spells for central and eastern regions. Windy in the west and north, lighter winds in south-east. Lows 10 to 13C for most areas.
Low pressure to the north-west maintains an unsettled pattern. Blustery winds for all areas, strongest in the north & west. Frequent heavy showers for west and north-western areas of Britain & Ireland. Central and south-eastern Britain may remain dry most of the day, although one or two showers by afternoon. Highs reaching 22C in the south-east, but nearer 16 or 17C in the north-west.
Low pressure to the north and a developing system also to the south-west. Threat of heavy rain for Ireland. Showery for western Scotland. Much of England & Wales likely to be dry for many hours, but an increasing risk of thundery showers developing from the south-west. The north-east may stay dry most or all day. Highs between 19 and 24C, perhaps warmer in the south-east.