UK Forecast- March 30, 2015
Cold & showery
It is going to be a cold and windy day across all parts of the UK and Ireland. Showers falling as snow in Scotland with some accumulations, even at lower levels. Sleet showers in Northern Ireland, as well as the west of Ireland, and heavy sleet and snow showers across northwest England too. Fewer showers in northeast England, and some for northern and western Wales too. The showers could reach the Midlands and southern England, although good spells of sunshine here as well. This afternoon sees further showers in the north and west, these again falling as sleet and snow in the heavier showers, but drier to the south and east with sunny spells. Highs at 5 to 8C for most, but feeling much colder in the wind, and 10C in southern England.
Staying cold and windy overnight. Further showers in northern and western Scotland and Ireland, with one or two affecting the north and west coasts of Wales and northwest England. These showers falling as snow once again, especially over high ground. A slight accumulation in places, and the chance of some ice on roads and pavements. More eastern and southern parts of England will be cold and windy but dry. Lows near 0 to 5C.
A cold northwesterly flow over the UK and Ireland. There will be broken cloud and some wintry showers across Scotland and northern England. Further showers in Ireland and Wales, with a few across central and southern England. Drier for eastern Scotland with sunny spells, and drier too in the far northeast of England. Cloud is likely to be thickening from the west later on Wednesday as a warm front arrives bringing cloud and rain into Ireland later. Highs at 2C in northern Scotland, 9C in southern England.
A warm front extends across Ireland, Wales and England. This brings cloud and outbreaks of rain and drizzle, the most persistent of it in thr west. Rather murky in the west with low cloud over the hills and coasts. Scotland is likely to be staying chilly. Some rain in the far south, and wintry showers in the far northeast, but drier elsewhere. Highs at 4C in northern Scotland, 12C in southwest England.