Written by on August 26, 2013 in United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments


After a misty murky start to your day, Scotland should largely brighten through the morning and by afternoon it’s dry, bright and warm with temperatures inland widely reaching 20-22C but locally it may approach 25C in a few spots. Light rain or drizzle affecting the Western Isles and far NW will pep up through this evening and work south bringing all areas a some late tonight and through the overnight. Lows stay up at 10-15C.

Once that rain band clears the Borders, much of the country turns drier and brighter through Tuesday morning and by afternoon, many should see some decent sunshine once again. Highs stay above average at between 19-23C.


After a very decent day on Sunday, it’s equally as pleasant coming up today if not even better with very little cloud by mid afternoon and those temperatures will get up into the low to mid-20s widely. Cooler at the coast with onshore breezes. Tonight will be a quiet one with plenty of clear skies, perhaps clouding over in the far NW where light rain may edge into Cumbria. Lows tonight dip no lower than 9-15C.

After some morning mist and low cloud burns off through the morning, Tuesday is looking like another very pleasant late summer’s day with plenty of sunshine through the afternoon. Temperatures back up to between 20-24 or 25C.


After a misty, cloudy start for some, skies turn sunny pretty much across the board this afternoon and thanks to all that wonderful sunshine and a warm air mass in place, look for temperatures by 3 or 4pm to be up in the 21-25C range, always a touch cooler at the coast where mist, low cloud or just a simple breeze will be active.

Tonight turns clear and even a touch cooler in sheltered rural areas but for most towns and cities it stays up at 13-15C.

After a misty start tomorrow in some spots, tomorrow once again turns warm and sunny with some cloudy skies along the North Coast and Snowdonia which could be slow to clear perhaps. Highs of 20-24C.

Northern Ireland

It’s a fine, dry and mostly sunny afternoon across Ulster with patchy cloudy dotting the sky here and there. With that sunshine, temperatures should climb into the 19-22C range by 3 or 4pm.

Tonight and cloud thickens from the north with some light and patchy rain push south through the night. Lows of 11-14C.

Tuesday starts cloudy with light and patchy rain, particularly from Antrim to Down but through the afternoon we should see bright or sunny spells return. Although cooler than today, it should still be respectable for late August at 17-20C.


The fine, dry and warm theme which commenced Saturday looks to continue through the first half of this week as days will be largely bright or sunny, nights clear, dry and comfortable.

So, for today.. after a cloudy, misty start, expect skies to brighten and turn sunny and warm with only coastal areas cloudier and misty with a cooling onshore breeze developing. Highs of 17C at the coast, perhaps as warm as 24C over the Midlands.

Clear with mist, fog and low cloud developing overnight. Lows of 10-15C.

Tuesday starts off dull and misty but skies once again brighten through the morning and by mid afternoon, most will be back in the warm sunshine. Highs of 20-23C.

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