Issued: 0530hrs Monday 23rd March 2020
Duty forecaster: Garry Nicholson
Cool breeze persists south & east
High pressure stays to the east of Britain, keeping the weather generally quiet across the country.
Plenty of spring sunshine and well broken cloud for England and Wales. A layer of high cloud is likely for Scotland and Northern Ireland, thickest toward the northwest.
A front brings rain to the Outer Hebrides and Northern Isles. Strong southerly winds in the north, very gusty locally in the Highlands. Lighter winds for central Britain, whilst a chilly easterly breeze continues to affect coasts in the south & southeast.
Today's top temperatures typically 9 to 12C, locally higher in shelter in west Wales. Nearer to 7 or 8C around coasts of East Anglia and the English Channel, and feeling cooler in the wind.
Have a great day.