UK Forecast - August 02, 2022
Turning fresher
Winds ease

With low pressure just to the north of the country, there will be a brisk northwesterly wind still blowing across the north on Wednesday. Expect blustery showers, some merging into longer spells of rain across Scotland as well as Northern Ireland later. Showers also affecting northern parts of England and northwest Wales. A weak front across southern and southeastern counties will bring variable cloud and possible spots of rain in places here. A fresher and cooler north and west at 16 to 18C, but warmer towards the south and east with highs at 23 to 28C, warmer still across southeast England.

Wednesday Night
Overnight, the rain will clear Northern Ireland and move into Scotland, some heavy and persistent spells across the northwest. Showers will continue to affect northwest England, northwest Wales and western coasts of Ireland. Some patchy rain also continuing to pester the far southern English counties too. Otherwise, dry with clear spells. Lows at a cooler 7 to 14C.

Still rather blustery and showery across northern and western areas of Scotland with even some eastern regions here seeing a some showers, perhaps longer spells of rain for the northeast. Northern Ireland and northwest Ireland will also see sunny spells and showers. Feeling cool here too. Elsewhere will be dry and fine with sunshine. Highs at 26C in southeast England, 14C in northern Scotland.

A ridge of high pressure building through much of the UK and Ireland on Friday though in a persistent north-westerly wind flow expect scattered showers to affect northern and west coasts and hills across the UK and Ireland. Elsewhere, it will be dry with sunny spells. A cooler day with highs at 17 to 24C.

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