UK Forecast - April 20, 2014
Showers South
Best in NW

Easter Monday
A windy day across the northern half of Britain. Much of the country should have a dry morning. Best of the sunshine to be found across western Scotland, north west England and Northern Ireland. In the afternoon a few sharp showers may develop across Wales and southern parts of England. Expect high temperatures of 11 to 18 Celsius.

Easter Monday Night
It remains quite windy through this evening and night across the north. Generally expect a good deal of cloud as well with a risk of showers and some patchy rain across south east Scotland, England and Wales. In the evening these may still be on the heavy side across Wales. A dry night for Northern Ireland and the rest of Scotland. Minimum temperatures of 4 to 8 Celsius.

Tuesday we keep a brisk east to north east wind across northern Britain. A mostly cloudy day to come with some light rain across England, Wales and southern Scotland. In the afternoon this turns more showery as it brightens up. The showers tend to become heavy, merging into longer spells of rain across northern England. Mainly dry across Northern Ireland and northern Scotland. Some rain tends to linger across Scotland and northern England into the evening and night, dry elsewhere but cloudy. Expect maximum temperatures of 12 to 15 Celsius are expected.

East Anglia and the far south of England see a dry, mostly sunny day. Elsewhere showers in the north and west in the morning will develop more widely in the afternoon and will become heavy. There remains the risk of some showers or light rain in the north and east of Britain into the evening and the night. Expect maximum temperatures of 13 to 17 Celsius.

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