UK Forecast- July 24, 2016
Throughout the morning there will be a number of showers, some heavy running in across Northern Ireland, western parts of Scotland, Wales and Cornwall. Fine and dry across the rest of the country this morning with sunny spells. Not too much change for the afternoon but a few of the showers may penetrate into Scotland, northern parts of England and the Midlands. Overall expect a good deal of dry weather for the afternoon. Expect maximum temperatures of 16 to 23 Celsius.
This evening looks mainly fine and dry with some early sunshine but a few showers may be found around the western coasts of Scotland, England and Wales. Here they may linger into the night. Dry then across the bulk of the United Kingdom with clear spells. Expect minimums of 10 to 14 Celsius.
The day should start fine and dry with lots of sunshine. In the morning rain spills in across Northern Ireland with showers across Scotland, Wales and western parts of England. In the afternoon The rain moves into Scotland and northern England with scattered showers across most other areas but staying dry across East Anglia and Kent. Overnight persistent rain spreads into Wales and the southern half of England. Expect top temperatures of 17 to 23 Celsius.
For eastern parts of Scotland and the far north of England much of the day looks dry with sunny spells. Showers will affect western Scotland and Northern Ireland. Across the rest of England and Wales expect more in the way of showers and some will be locally heavy. Most of the showers die away in the evening wit a risk of rain across Northern Ireland and north west England in the night. Expect top temperatures of 17 to 23 Celsius.