UK Forecast- March 09, 2014
Sunniest in the North
Today it will be a much cloudier day across a large part of England and Wales and subsequently it won't be as warm as it was yesterday. Overall though it should be a dry day to come across England and Wales, and by the end of the afternoon some sunshine may have tilted down across northern England. Today the best of the sunshine is expected to be across Scotland and Northern Ireland. Expect high temperatures of 8 to 14 Celsius north to south.
It will be dry and evening and night to come across United Kingdom. For Wales along with central and southern parts of England. We may keep a good deal of cloud. For northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland skies will be mostly clear and here it will be colder with a risk of a frost. Expect minimum temperatures of 1 to -1 Celsius in the north but up to 4 to 5 Celsius in the south.
With high pressure dominating, all parts of the United Kingdom will have a fine, settled day to come. More of a north east breeze develops across southern England so feeling cooler around eastern coasts. Lots of sunshine to come across Britain today, although the far south may start rather cloudy. It stays dry and clear into the evening and night with widespread frost and some fog patches reforming overnight, some may be locally dense. Expect maximum temperatures of 10 to 14 Celsius.
It continues settled across the country today. Any early mist or fog patches should readily clear from central and southern parts of England and most areas should see long spells of unbroken sunshine throughout the day. Fine evening to come and then overnight under clear skies turn. Cold again with a widespread frost in a risk of some fog patches began forming by morning. Expect maximum temperatures of 11 to 14 Celsius.