TUE 13 AUG: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

Written by on August 13, 2013 in United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments

Scotland

It’s a fine end to your Tuesday right across Scotland with all but coastal areas enjoying plenty of sunshine and it may feel comfortably warm in that sunshine. Through the overnight and cloud increases from the West but it stays largely dry, clearer and cooler in the East. Lows dip to between 6C in rural Eastern areas, nearer 10 to 12C in the West where it’s cloudier but also slightly warmer air is pushing in.

Wednesday looks to be a mix of sun and cloud with the best of the sun in the East but despite cloud it mainly dry and it will feel warmer at 19 to 21C with a slight humid feel.

Thursday sees an area of rain push through Central areas and this accompanies warm, humid air, highs of 19-22C.

England

It’s a largely quiet end to the day and if you live in the North, it’s bright or sunny but through the Midlands down towards London and East Anglia and it’s cloudy with some light and patchy rain. Through tonight and the clouds dissipate over the Midlands and East but further West and clouds build in as milder, more humid air arrives. So, where skies are clear, it should be a good night for viewing the perseid meteor shower. Lows stay a touch milder tonight at 10-16C.

Wednesday looks mostly cloudy in the West but sunny from the Pennines on east. It will feel warmer even beneath the cloud with highs ranging from 20 to 23C with a humid feel.

Thursday will see a band of rain push from west to east in scattered fashion. Not particularly heavy but there may be a sharper burst locally. Highs 19-22C.

Wales

It’s a fine, dry and sunny end to the day across Wales but unfortunately cloud will increase from the west overnight and this cloud will be associated with warmer, more humid air. Lows tonight stay up at 10-16C.

Wednesday will be a cloudy day with perhaps a few breaks through the afternoon but the noteworthy aspect to the day will be the warmer and more humid feel. There should be little in the way of rain with just light and patchy rain over higher ground.

Thursday sees an area of scattered rain push through but this won’t be particularly heavy and should be very showery in nature. Highs 19-22C.

Northern Ireland

It’s a fairly decent end to your Tuesday across much of the country give or take a few showers here and there. Skies this evening turn cloudy and this sets the scene for the upcoming 24 hours. Overnight lows will be milder than recent nights at 10C or above and Wednesday shall be mainly cloudy with some light and patchy drizzle here and there. It will be noticeably more humid and temperatures will be up on recent days too at between 19-21C.

Rain arrives tomorrow night and this sets the stage for a wet start to Thursday but I am optimistic that it’s a better second half to the day with some sunshine returning. Highs 19-21C.

Ireland

Fine, dry and sunny end to the day throughout the Republic but that sunshine won’t last and by mid evening, the cloud should be streaming in from the Atlantic but with that cloud comes warmer and muggier air. It’s a mild night to come with lows ranging from 10-15C.

Wednesday is looking cloudy through the morning but into the afternoon and we could see some breaks in that cloud and so temperatures could just creep into the low 20s in central areas. Tomorrow evening will see a band of rain push in from the Atlantic but this is by no means organised and so it should be showery or scattered. However a few areas may see showers clump together to produce longer spells of rain during Thursday but this should be an AM event with clearing through the afternoon. Highs 19-22C.

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