Written by on July 2, 2013 in United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments


It’s a downright miserable end to a miserable day right across the country with rain continuing well into the night before eventually clearing  out into the North Sea, probably not till daybreak Wednesday. Low cloud, mist and murkiness will commence Wednesday over Western and Central areas. Lows dip no lower than 10-13C.

Wednesday may start damp from Aberdeen down to Edinburgh, while mist and low cloud keeps things dreary elsewhere but through Wednesday we could see brightness eventually peaking through late afternoon into the early evening. Somewhat warmer tomorrow in the wake of the first of two systems, highs may approach 21C in a few spots, widely near 18C.

It turns showery and breezy again Thursday with the next system. Highs of 16-18C.  High pressure builds in Friday!


It’s a wet evening across the bulk of England with rain finally spreading into the Greater London area after a largely dry day. Through tonight, the rain gradually pulls east and away from Western areas, then the Midlands and by dawn Wednesday, areas east of the Pennines. This rain may turn heavy a time from Leeds down to Dover overnight. Mist and low cloud will replace the rain during the second half of the night. Lows no lower than 11-14C.

Wednesday starts with the rain band clearing East Anglia and Kent and while staying largely cloudy through much of the morning and afternoon, brightness, even sunshine should reappear by 3, 4 or 5pm, making for a pleasant end to the day. Highs will be warmer than today at 18-22C.

More breeze along with showers on Thursday. Turning sunnier and a lot warmer Friday as high pressure builds.


It’s a rather dull, damp end to Tuesday right across the country with further outbreaks of rain to come this evening. Through the overnight expect rain to largely dissipate with low cloud, mist, even fog forming. It stays mild at 10-14C for overnight lows.

Through Wednesday and after a dull, dreary start, the day should see improvement with skies brightening, even turning sunny towards dinnertime, making for a pleasant evening. Highs of 17-20C.

It turns wet and breezy once again Thursday but into Friday and sunshine becomes more dominant along with warming temperatures.

Northern Ireland

After a wet, breezy day across Ulster, the rain will quickly clear out into the Channel overnight and in the wake of the weather system, low cloud, mist and perhaps fog will fog for many. Lows should drop no lower than 10 or 11C.

Wednesday is an improving picture with bright or sunny spells appearing into the afternoon and with sunshine and lighter winds, it should be warmer with highs of 16 or 17C.

Thursday will see a graze of showers and an increased breeze as another system passes through but little real impact other than light showers accompanied by bright or sunny spells. Highs of 15-17C. Turning warmer and sunnier Friday.


It’s been an improving day from west to east across Ireland as a weather system clears out, leaving a dry but largely cloudy night to come. Lows hold up well, dropping no lower than 10 to 13C.

A cloudy start to the day Wednesday should see bright or sunny spells develop into the afternoon. Highs in a few sunnier spots may reach 20C.

Turning showery Thursday across Western and Northern areas Thursday, drier further south. Highs of 17-19C. Turning much warmer as high pressure builds in Friday.

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