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30 August 2015 22:24

Today

Tonight showers in the north will gradually die out and it will be a calm night with clear spells and perhaps a few mist or fog patches developing later. Lowest temperatures of 7 to 10 degrees.


Tomorrow

Monday will start off mostly dry with some sunny spells but in the north and west showers will quickly develop. The east and south will hold dry for a good part of the morning but showers will develop here too and they will become widespread by afternoon with some heavy and possibly thundery falls in places. Highest temperatures of 15 to 18 degrees with light to moderate north to northwest breezes.

Outlook

OUTLOOK: High pressure will become established next week, ensuring mostly dry weather with sunny spells each day and just light breezes. However it will feel rather cool in a northerly flow, best temperatures all the while for southern counties.

TOMORROW NIGHT: Heavy thundery showers dying out during the early part of the night. Apart from a few light showers near northern coasts, the night will become dry with long clear spells. Chilly, with air temperatures falling back to between 4 and 8 degrees Celsius, in a light northwest breeze.

TUESDAY: Cool, with afternoon temperatures falling back to between 13 and 16 degrees Celsius, best values for southern counties. Whilst the day will stay largely dry with sunny spells (good sunshine in parts to begin), some scattered showers about too, steered down in a moderate northwest breeze.
WEDNESDAY: Most areas dry with sunny spells and just well scattered light showers. Brightest during the morning hours, but somewhat cloudier skies likely later. Highest temperatures will range 12 to 16 degrees Celsius, in a light to moderate northerly breeze.
THURSDAY: Another mostly dry day with light northeast breezes; a mix of cloud and sunny spells - brightest early on. A few light showers possible - the east coast most at threat with onshore breezes.

Not much change for the rest of the week - dry and settled with just isolated showers and light northerly breezes. Possibly turning a little milder.
 
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