WED 14 AUG: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

Written by on August 14, 2013 in United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments

Scotland

It’s a cloudy, drizzly evening to come across Western and Central areas while bright or even sunny skies end the day along the North Sea coast. Overnight tonight sees a band of organised and quite heavy rain push in from the Channel and this will bring a wet night from the Central Highlands on south. Could be a little tricky on the roads with a lot of spray. A mild night with lows falling no lower than 12C.

Thursday morning shall see the rain clear out into the North Sea and it’s looking like a decent afternoon with bright or sunny spells for most, perhaps an odd shower here and there. Highs of 18-22C.

Fine, dry and bright start to Friday with showers developing through the afternoon but on the whole it’s looking good. Highs fresher at 16-19C.

England

It’s a cloudy and for some, damp end to your Wednesday across much of England. While Southern areas remain mild, muggy but dry overnight, an area of rain spreads into Northern England overnight and this could be heavy and persistent making travel difficult in places. Lows 15-18C.

Overall Thursday is looking like a North-South split with decent spells of sunshine really from the Midlands on south but it’s a wet old day from generally Manchester north. This rain may ease through the afternoon but while one batch of rain spreads in tonight, another follows through tomorrow morning so it may ease a touch through mid morning but then pep up through the afternoon towards dinner time. Highs tomorrow range from 17C in the rain to a pleasant 24, possibly 25C around London.

Friday will see wet weather associated with the front sweep SE bringing rain for a time to Central and Southern parts, drier, brighter further north but this feature clears fairly quickly. Highs 16-21C.

Wales

It’s been a cloudy, damp but warm day across the country and through tonight that theme continues, in fact the rain peps up overnight as more pronounced pulse moves in. Lows hold up tonight at between 13-16C.

Thursday looks wet throughout as the overnight rain is following by a secondary pulse which sweeps in during Thursday morning. Highs stay warm though as 18-21C.

Friday starts wet but into the afternoon and it’s fine, dry and sunny. Highs a touch down on today and tomorrow’s values, 17-20C.

Northern Ireland

It’s very much been a West-East split today across the country with cloud and light rain in the West while drier, brighter and warmer weather has been enjoyed further east. Through tonight and heavy rain spreads across the country and this sets the scene for a wet start to your Thursday morning. Lows overnight stay mild at 12-14C.

Thursday should see the overnight rain clear out into the Channel and it’s a sunshine and showers regime through the day. Decent spells of sunshine, highs of 17-21C.

Friday is looking good with decent spells of warm sunshine. Highs 17-20C.

Ireland

After a cloudy, damp day it turns very wet this evening, initially across the West (currently) but that rain becomes widespread, persistent and quite heavy from the Midlands north. It’s a dry night in the South. Overnight lows 13-16C.

Thursday will be dry and bright for most with the last of the overnight rain clearing from the North and East. Thursday looks like a decent day with plenty of afternoon sunshine on offer but there will of course be a few showers developing through the afternoon. Highs 17-22C.

Friday looks like another good day but an area of wind and rain will be edging into Western areas later in the day. Highs 16-20C.

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