UK Forecast- March 28, 2015
Rain clearing to showers
Mild in south, colder in north
Very windy across Wales and southern England with gales. An area of heavy rain across Northern Ireland and most of England and Wales clears away to the east by the early afternoon. This will be replaced by an afternoon of cloud, sunnier spells and heavy, blustery showers. Lots of heavy showers to come today across Scotland and these will be wintry the high ground in the north. Expect maximum temperatures of 7 to 12 Celsius north to south.
This evening strong winds tend to lessen overnight. Showers will persist across Scotland this evening, these becoming more heavy and widespread overnight with snow on the hills. Most of England and Wales sees the showers fading early in the evening then largely dry overnight with clear spells. Expect lows of 1 to 3 Celsius.
Outbreaks of rain spread in across Northern Ireland and into western parts of Britain this morning, preceded by snow over the hills of Scotland. Showers to affect central and eastern England. Gales develop in the west this afternoon as heavy rain affects much of the country with snow over the Highlands. Gales persists with gust over 60mph in the north and around western coasts this evening and tonight. Rain and showers this evening tend to become to showers around western coasts tonight. Expect top temperatures of to 8 to 12 Celsius.
Windy and colder in the north with the winds from the north west. Very unsettled and showery across much of the country today. The showers often heavy with a risk of hail. The showers will fall as snow over the northern hills, perhaps to lower levels across Scotland. Breezy and cold overnight with snow showers across Scotland and across the Pennines. Dry across Wales and central and southern parts of England. Expect top temperatures of 7 to 11 Celsius.