Morning Call - April 04, 2024
Heavy rain spreads east.
Strong winds, gales in exposure.

Issued: 0530hrs Thursday 4th April 2024
Duty forecaster: Filotas Paschos

Rain for Ireland, but dry bright elsewhere.

A wet start to the day over southern England with some heavy outbreaks clearing by midday. Elsewhere the morning will be rather cloudy with a few showers, mostly over Ireland and western Scotland. Through the afternoon expect thick cloud, heavy rain and strong winds to arrive over southern counties of Ireland and southwest England gradually pushing north. Best of the drier and brighter weather over eastern Scotland. Light winds, becoming strong from the south later. Temperatures in the afternoon rising to 8C in north and 15C.

A cloudy evening and night with rain, this being heavy in places. Over Scotland expect heavy snow over the mountains, but possibly some wet snow even down to low levels over the eastern counties. Rain will gradually clear from the south, with some showers following. Strong winds with gales in exposure and over high ground. Minimum temperatures at 1C over Scotland but much milder over the south with minimums of 12C.


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