Issued: 0530hrs Saturday 23rd February 2019
Duty forecaster: Garry Nicholson
Some rain Ireland and western Scotland
A southerly airflow continues to influence the British Isles, with high pressure centred toward the east. Early fog patches will clear to give another fine and warm day.
A cold front pushes across Ireland, and later reaches western shores of Britain, bringing thickening cloud and a little rain or drizzle, chiefly western Scotland.
The east and south of Britain remains fair with hazy sun and some early fog. Winds fairly light, although locally gusty around hills in the north and west.
Today's top temperatures again widely reaching 13 to 15C, or locally warmer in favoured eastern areas to the lee of high ground.
Have a great day.