UK Forecast- October 22, 2014
Rain in south
Showers for north
A mainly cloudy start to the morning over much of the UK and Ireland. Western coasts and hills will have some drizzle, this drifting through southern coasts of England as the morning progresses. Some brightness in the far northeast of England and eastern Scotland. This afternoon stays rather cloudy and will be breezy in the northern half of the UK too. Further drizzle or outbreaks of rain in the west, heaviest and most persistent in western Scotland. Highs near 10 to 14C.
A cloudy start to the night with bits and pieces of drizzle and rain around. A band of more persistent, albeit rather showery rain will be pushing south through northern England and Wales, reaching the Midlands, eastern Anglia and southern England in the early hours. Broken cloud and drier weather moves into Scotland, Ireland and northwest England. Lows at 6C in central Scotland, 14C in southeast England.
A front becomes slow moving through England and Wales on Friday. This drives pulses of rain along it, some of this heavy at times, but probably clearing east late in the afternoon. Showers for northern and western Scotland and Ireland, but drier to the east with some sunny spells here. Staying windy in Scotland. Highs at 10C in northern Scotland, 17C in southern England.
Low pressure between Scotland and Iceland on Saturday brings widespread gales to Scotland and much of Ireland. There will be heavy showers in northern and western Scotland as well as northern and western Ireland. A few showers affecting western coasts and hills of England and Wales. More southern and eastern areas will be drier and brighter with some reasonable spells of sunshine. Highs near 12 to 16C.