Issued: Thursday 10th April 2014
Duty forecaster: Simon Keeling & Captain Bob
Plenty of dry weather, most rain in northern areas
High pressure is expected to be in control of conditions through the coming few weeks. There will be times when it gives way allowing a few fronts to pass from west to east giving some rain. Indications are that things turn more unsettled into the middle of May.
*18/4/14 - 25/4/14*
High pressure is expected to be in evidence through this week. The high centred to the south of the country bringing dry conditions and plenty of far weather here.
Thicker cloud for northern Scotland with cloud and some outbreaks of rain, windy here too.
*26/4/14 - 2/5/14*
There are indications that pressure is going to be building again through the end of the month.
This should keep conditions largely dry for most places, with some sunny spells. There is a risk of some showers in the far north, but for most places it should be staying dry.
*3/5/14 - 9/5/14*
Indications are that the weather stays fair through the beginning of May. Again the emphasis is on drier weather and it may be warm too. There will be lots of dry weather.
Rain may affect eastern areas at times.
*10/5/14 - 16/5/14
Hints of a more unsettled middle part of May. This is likely to be bringing some more unsettled conditions with periods of rain at times. Temperatures are likely to be around normal
Simon & Capn Bob
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