Issued: 1000hrs Saturday 11th May 2019
Duty forecaster: Garry Nicholson
Warmest west & northwest
High pressure will influence the weather into midweek, with dry and sunny weather for most places. Warm sunshine by day, but cool at night, with a touch of frost in sheltered rural spots. A southeasterly flow means the best temperatures will be found in the north & west of Britain, with foehn effects over the hills generating some locally very warm values to the lee of high ground.
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High pressure resides to the east of Britain, promoting a southeasterly airflow across the country into midweek. Light winds overall, although southwestern coasts may be breezier. A lot of sunshine, a slight haze. Local mist patches from dawn. Highest temperatures toward the north and west in shelter to the lee of the hills, widely 16 to 20C, locally a little warmer.
Little overall change, with a slack southeasterly pattern prevailing. Dry and sunny. A fairly hazy atmosphere. Light winds. Some high cloud may come into Ireland, perhaps a little rain if fronts encroach in from the Atlantic. Starting cool with local mist patches. Highs 15 to 18C, locally topping 20C in the favoured spots in the north & west.
A continued southeasterly pattern. A fresher breeze may develop. More cloud may appear, and a small chance of an isolated shower in the afternoon. Some thundery bursts may develop for southwest England and across Ireland. Highs 16 to 21C.
Indications favour lower pressure developing around Biscay. A fresh easterly breeze. North and western areas dry. Chance of patchy rain south, perhaps heavy in places. Highs 14 to 19C.
Some rain is possible for southern & eastern counties, whilst northwestern Britain should stay generally dry. An easterly breeze. Highs 14 to 19C.
An easterly pattern is likely to prevail. A few areas of showers and fairly cloudy skies. The northwest of Britain and Ireland should fare best. Highs 13 to 18C.