UK To Enjoy Warmest Day Of 2013, Incoming Trough To Spoil The Show (Includes Video!)

Written by on May 6, 2013 in United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments
Glasgow, Scotland (Source: Wikipedia)

Glasgow, Scotland (Source: Wikipedia)

As expected, the cold front is hanging back but while wind and rain spreads north through Ireland and Wales tonight, the sun will be out across much of Scotland and England tomorrow.

The southerly flow and sunshine along with warmer 5,000ft temps should promote surface readings of 20-21C in Glasgow, 22-23C in Manchester and possibly 24-25C from York to London.

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By tomorrow evening the front is likely to begin it’s eastward journey across the UK, however, the latest run of GFS holds the front back even more as it sees the stronger heights.

Although Wednesday should be unsettled and much cooler again, the SE corner could well squeeze out one last warm day. With enough sunshine and stronger SW winds as the front nears, highs could exceed the 24-25C with an approach of 27C believe it or not.

Once the trough drives back into the UK with a deep upper low over the UK during Thursday, the unsettled should remain through the weekend and well into much of next week.

With the NAO returning to negative, cool is the likely theme for the next 10-15 days.






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