UK Forecast- July 11, 2014
Fair for most
Light rain south
Cloudy with some outbreaks of light rain and drizzle over eastern England and the far east of Scotland this morning. Drier elsewhere with the cloud thinning to the west; the best sunshine of the morning running from central southern England, through Wales, the western Midlands, northwest England and western Scotland. Cloud in Ireland but mainly dry. This afternoon sees most of the rain and drizzle in the east fading and then leaving a dry but rather cloudy day. Still the best sunshine to be found in more western areas with thicker cloud and some rain affecting western Ireland. Highs at 19 to 24C.
Still some cloud around eastern areas through tonight and apart from a spot of drizzle on the coast, it should be dry. Some rain affecting western Scotland and Ireland with cloud here, Elsewhere generally clear through the night and dry too with lows of 5C under the clear skies in sheltered parts of northwest England, to 12C in cloudier areas.
Low pressure northwest of Scotland will be pushing fronts eastwards through Saturday bringing cloud and outbreaks of rain to western Scotland, Ireland and then northwest England and western Wales later in the day. More eastern and southern areas are likely to be brighter with sunny spells although a scattering of heavy showers forming in the afternoon. Highs near 16C in northwest Scotland to 27C in southeast England.
A front will be passing east through the country on Sunday taking cloud and outbreaks of rain with it. The rain will tend to be showery and should clear eastern coasts by late afternoon. Following will be sunny spells and mostly dry conditions, although there will be some showers over western Scotland and western Ireland. Highs near 16 to 23C.