UK Forecast- May 25, 2013
Fine and dry
We can expect a good deal of dry weather with long sunny spells today across much of England and Wales. More cloud across western Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland with a risk of showers across Northern Ireland and north east Scotland with one or two over the Pennines. Pleasantly warm and the sunshine with maximum temperatures of 13 to 18 Celsius and light winds.
Some rain to come across north west Scotland and showers for Northern Ireland this evening. The rest of Britain will have a fine end to the day with late evening sunshine. Heavier rain comes into western Scotland and Northern Ireland in the night with the rest of the country dry with clear skies across England and Wales. Expect minimum temperatures of 3 to 7C.
Rain across western Scotland and Northern Ireland is expected to be slow moving reaching western Wales and Cornwall in the afternoon as it clears to showers across Northern Ireland. Dry further east and south with the best of the sunshine across south east England and East Anglia. Expect maximum temperatures of 12 to 17 Celsius. The rain tends to linger but turn light and patchy in the far west tonight. There is a risk of some rain in the south east but low confidence in this at present.
Confidence is low on details but it looks like a mostly cloudy with some heavy showers across much of the country though it could be dry across north east England. The showers will become interspersed with sunnier spells with some heavy ones across Wales and south west England. Showers in the west this evening then a dry night across the country. Expect maximum temperatures of 13 to 17 Celsius.