Written by on August 27, 2013 in United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments


It’s a largely quiet, cloudy end to the afternoon with some sunshine peaking through here and there, especially in the East and it’s here where we have the best of the temperatures, upwards of 20 or 21C in a few spots.

Through tonight and cloud thickens and we could even see some light and patchy rain developing overnight. Clearest skies will be in the West. Lows range from 4 or 5C in the Northwest Highlands to nearer 12 or 13C in the cloudier East.

Wednesday is likely to start off grey and damp for many Eastern and Central areas but it should be clearer and feeling that little bit more crisp further West. Through the day and it’s a West-East split with the best of the sun in the West, cloudier in the East. Highs range from 17 to 19C.

Thursday turns wet, breezy and cooler.


It’s a fine, dry, sunny and warm end to Tuesday for many areas although we have a few showers dotting the Pennines and parts of the West but all in all it’s a decent end to a late August day. Into tonight and it turns misty and murky with low cloud reforming once again but it should be generally dry pretty much everywhere. Overnight lows don’t dip much beneath the cloud and mist. 10-15C.

As for Wednesday, while it may start off dull but dry, through the morning as the sun climbs higher in the sky, expect most of that low cloud and mist to quickly burn off allowing for a very pleasant, sunny and warm afternoon to come. Highs of 19-23C.

Thursday will see a front push south through the day introducing thicker cloud and some patchy rain spreading south. The South will stay dry and warmest. 18-22C.


It’s very much a sunshine and showers end to the day across Wales but still not bad at all, especially if your in that warm sunshine where temperatures have reached a respectable 22 or 23C. As for this evening and overnight, we loose this afternoon’s showers and it will turn clear in a few spots helping mist and fog form, perhaps some light drizzle over hills. It should stay fairly mild at between 10 and 14C.

Wednesday is looking quieter in the shower department and with some decent spells of sunshine we shall see plenty of areas reach a pleasant 20-23C tomorrow afternoon.

A front will move in Thursday introducing cloud, rain, wind and cooler temperatures.

Northern Ireland

After a showery afternoon but with decent spells of warm sunshine in between, it turns clearer tonight. With light winds, expect many areas to dip below 10C, especially in rural areas.

Wednesday will be drier and brighter than today but with cooler air filtering in from the NW, despite the sunshine, it looks to be cooler tomorrow than it was today.

It turns wetter and cooler still by Thursday.


It’s been a very pleasant and quite warm late August day across the Republic and over the next 24 hours or so, there should be very little difference. Tonight will be mostly clear with mist and fog reforming. Some rural areas may turn quite cool at between 6 or 7C but most urban centres should hold up at between 10 and 14C.

Wednesday, like today should be a mostly sunny day with plenty of warmth to be had although it may be a touch cooler than today at between 18-21C.

Thursday will see a narrow band of rain push into the West and this should progress east and south through the day but perhaps weakening as it does. Highs of 17-20C.

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