Written by on August 28, 2013 in United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments


It’s a cloudy evening but largely dry for most except for the Western Isles and eventually Northwest mainland. Through the overnight, the rain associated with a front will gradually advance south bringing a damp night to many western and central areas, perhaps holding just to the north or over Glasgow. Remaining dry to the south of the M8 corridor till Thursday. Overnight lows up on last night at 10-14C.

Thursday will see the overnight rain weaken and spread into Dumfries and Galloway but it shouldn’t be heavy and will be scattered in nature. Staying fairly cloudy, especially in the West with the best of any brightness in the East. Highs of 15-19C.

It turns much wetter and windier come Friday.


It’s a largely fine, dry, bright and warm end to Wednesday and this theme should carry onto into the overnight with clear skies turning cloudier across the North but staying clearer across the Midlands and South where mist and fog patches will form. Expect lows tonight to dip down to between 10 and 16C.

Through Thursday and it’s another generally fine and dry day although the thicker cloud in the North could bring light rain to parts of Cumbria and Northumberland, elsewhere it’s bright or sunny with some cloud here and there, thickening in western parts. Highs 17 to 23C.

It turns wetter and windier by Friday.


It’s a fine, sunny and warm end to your Wednesday after highs managed to climb back into the low 20s this afternoon. Overnight tonight and skies start off clear but cloud will encroach from the west bringing light and patchy rain. Lows hold up at between 10-14C.

Thursday starts off cloudy with outbreaks of light and patchy rain but as the morning wears on, we should see skies brighten and by afternoon it should turn sunny in places. A fresher southwest wind tomorrow which takes and edge of the temperatures. Highs of 17-22C.

It turns wet and windy by Friday.

Northern Ireland

It’s a pleasant end to Wednesday across Northern Ireland but expect skies to turn cloudy and damp overnight with the breeze picking up too. Overnight lows hold up at between 10-14C.

Thursday starts off damp but through the morning and into the afternoon, expect the rain to dissipate and skies to brighten. Highs of 15-18C.

Friday sees a more vigorous weather system push in from the Atlantic bringing a wet and much windier spell of weather.


A fine end to what has been a decent day across the Republic, give or take an odd shower here and there but these are isolated. Through tonight and skies turn cloudy in the North and West, staying clearer in the South and East and through the night, rain will spread in from the west. Overnight lows 10-14C.

Thursday is looking cloudy and damp for most but through the day expect skies to brighten, especially in more western areas. Highs 17-20C.

It turns wet and windy Friday.

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