Morning Call - May 23, 2024
Low pressure will give rain in north.
Drier elsewhere with sunny spells.

Issued: 0530hrs Thursday 23rd May 2024
Duty forecaster: Filotas Paschos

Rain and strong winds in north.

The area of low pressure will move north over the North Sea giving a cloudy and murky day for much of Scotland, northern England and north Wales with outbreaks of rain and strong winds in exposure. Further south it will be more dry with some rain in the morning, clearing through the afternoon with some brightness developing. Ireland will see the driest conditions with some bright or sunny spells, the best of these over southern and western counties. Tops in the afternoon at 12-14C over most parts, but up to 17C in southeast England.

Northern parts will see a cloudy evening and night with some patchy rain, mostly over the eastern counties. Elsewhere it will most probably be dry with clear spells, the longer over Ireland. Breezy in northeast but light winds elsewhere. Minimum temperatures at 10-12C for most, but dropping to 6-7C over Ireland.


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