(Updated) UK Easter Weekend 2017 Outlook


On the grand scheme of things, we have a fairly run of the mill, quiet Easter weekend on the way with no significant cold, snow, heat or storms to speak of.

So for the details…. the UK and Ireland is currently sandwiched between high pressure to the southwest and low pressure to the northeast and so we’re under the influence of a cool, breezy, showery northwesterly air flow. That looks to continue as we head into the weekend.

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Good Friday

Like we seen for a good chunk of this week, Friday is a mix of sun and scattered showers with a noticeable cool breeze. The good news is, the wind will help clear the showers out quickly.

Temps range from 9-11C Scotland, N England, N Ireland and 10-15C England/Wales.

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Much the same as Friday but perhaps little fewer showers but temperature and wind remains cool and noticeable.

Temps range 7-11C Scotland, N England, N Ireland, 11-16C England/Wales.

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Easter Sunday

As for Easter Sunday, an area of thicker cloud steady rain is expected across the bulk of Ireland, north/central England, perhaps reaching London later in the day.

Temps range 7-11C under the rain with some snow above 150-200M.

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Temps range 8-10C Scotland, N England, N Ireland, 11-15C England/Wales.

Easter Monday

Easter Monday looks a good deal drier and brighter than initially thought. However, it’s not going to feel warm, particularly in exposure to the northerly breeze. Sun and showers is once again the theme with potential for wintry mix even to low levels during the overnight Easter into Monday!

Temps range 7-11C Scotland, N England, N Ireland, 11-15C England/Wales.

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