UK Forecast - August 30, 2015
Heavy rain moving east, cool
Showers into Wednesday

Monday
Increasingly windy across England today as an area of low pressure runs up through the channel. A wet morning to come with moderate to heavy rain across much of England and Wales. This area will be gradually clearing away from the west through the day with the heaviest rain clearing eastern England around mid afternoon leaving some drizzly rain across East Anglia and the south east. In the west it becomes drier and sunnier with a few showers. Some heavy showers may affect northern parts of England and Scotland. A fine day to come across Northern Ireland. Expect top temperatures across the country of 14 to 17C Celsius.


Monday night
This evening Scotland and northern England will see some heavy showers lingering until late in the evening. Mainly fair and dry across the rest of Britain. Overnight a line of heavy showers in the Manchester area may run through the Cheshire Gap into the Midlands. Other showers will affect northern Scotland with the rest of the country dry with clear spells. Expect lows of 9 to 11 Celsius.


Tuesday
A brisk north west wind develop across the country today. Occasional showers are expected across Northern Ireland, Scotland and northern England in the morning with the south fair and dry. In the afternoon any place could catch a shower but there will be a good deal of dry weather around as well with the far south perhaps escaping the showers altogether. The showers may be heavy in the north. In the evening the showers tend to fade and become restricted to western and eastern coasts in the night. Expect high temperatures of 14 to 20 Celsius.


Wednesday
A dry morning with sunnier spells across southern Scotland along with central and eastern parts of England. Showers are forecast for the rest of Britain and in the afternoon showers are likely for much of Britain. East Anglia and north east England may stay dry. Overnight there is a risk of showers across south west England, western parts of Northern Ireland and Wales while a spell of persistent rain may reach eastern parts of Scotland and north east England. Expect top temperatures of 14 to 18 Celsius.


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