UK Forecast- May 24, 2013
Sunnier & Warmer
Feeling warmer today with less wind in more sunshine. Apart from the odd shower in the far south of England, most parts of Britain should have a dry day with good sunny spells and occasional cloud. There could be some early low cloud across England that will lift and break. Late in the afternoon we may see rain reaching western parts of Northern Ireland and Western Isles. Maximum temperatures of 14 to 17 Celsius.
Through the evening and the night rain is forecast across Northern Ireland and north western parts of Scotland. A fine evening to come across England, Wales and southern Scotland with lots of late sunshine to come. Here it remains dry in the night and feeling cold under clear skies. Expect minimum temperatures of 3 to 7C.
We can expect a good deal of dry weather with sunny spells today although we could see some showers across western parts of Britain in the morning perhaps with a few developing across Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland in the afternoon. Overall many areas be dry. Pleasantly warm and the sunshine with maximum temperatures of 14 to 18 Celsius. A fine, dry evening across the country, but during the night outbreaks of rain are expected to sweep in across Northern Ireland, western Scotland, north west England and Wales.
Confidence is low on eastward progression of a rain area in the west. It may linger across Scotland, north west England, Wales and south west England with a few showers across eastern areas. A windy day especially in the west. As the rain drifts east it is expected to become light and patchy in the evening and night. Expect maximum temperatures of 12 to 18 Celsius.