UK Forecast- September 21, 2014
Dry, sunny spells
Rain in north tonight
After a dry, chilly morning, outbreaks of rain and drizzle will spread in across north western parts of Scotland later in the afternoon. For the bulk of the United Kingdom though, high pressure will give all parts a fine, dry day with good spells of sunshine after some early morning fog patches disperse from central and southern parts of England. Expect maximum temperatures of 15 to 19 Celsius.
Northern Scotland and western parts of Northern Ireland will see outbreaks of rain in the evening and during the night this becomes heavier, spreading into all parts of Northern Ireland and into Dumfries. England and Wales remains dry with fog patches developing by morning. A windy night across Scotland and Northern Ireland. Expect lows of 5 to 9C.
Breezy today across northern parts of Britain. Outbreaks of rain across Northern Ireland and southern Scotland spread into northern England and the north west of Wales, some of this may be heavy over the Cumbrian Fells. The rest of England will have another fine, dry day with early morning fog patches dispersing to sunny spells but it turns more cloudy in the north. As that rain fizzles out across northern England this evening, another area of rain moves in across Scotland and northern parts of Northern Ireland in the night. Dry towards the south with a risk of some fog patches developing by morning across central and southern parts of England. Maximum temperatures of 15 to 20 Celsius.
Rather windy today in the north with rain likely across Scotland, Northern Ireland and parts of northern England with showers across Wales and south west England. In the afternoon a few showers may affect the Midlands with southern England staying dry with sunny spells. Overnight looks cloudy with light outbreaks of rain across western parts of the country, dry in the east. Maximum temperatures of 15 to 20 Celsius.