UK Forecast- May 27, 2020
Warm, dry for most
A fair day on Thursday across most of England, Wales and Ireland. There will be sunny spells and it should be dry too. Some low cloud could trouble the far south of Ireland. More cloud in Northern Ireland and Scotland, but still some sunny spells. Staying mostly dry here, although there could be some mist and drizzle affecting the far northwest of Scotland. A low risk of a showers in eastern Scotland this afternoon. Highs at 19 to 23C.
Clear skies and dry in England and Wales tonight. It may be breezier in southwest England and Ireland, but staying dry here too. Western Ireland could see some thicker cloud and a few spots of drizzle. Some cloud in western Scotland, although more broken cloud and clear spells in central and eastern areas. Lows near 8 to 11C.
High pressure is east of the UK on Friday. This should bring a fair day with some good spells of sunshine. Broken cloud and a few sunny itervals in Ireland, the best in the east. Cloudier skies in Scotland, although a scattering of showers could affect eastern areas. Thicker cloud with spots of rain in the far west of Ireland. Feeling cool on eastern coasts at 17C, but nearer 20 to 23C for others.
Saturday sees high pressure remains to the east of the country. This should be bringing dry and fair weather to most with some good spells of sunshine. Little changes during the day with dry weather and sunny periods remains. However, there is the risk of a shower in western Scotland. There could also be a spot of drizzle affecting western coasts of Ireland. Highs at 20 to 23C for most, but 17C on eastern coasts.