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Regional forecast for Central Tayside & Fife

Dry with some sunshine, warm inland. Dry tonight.


After a cold start it will be a dry and sunny day. Becoming pleasantly warm inland but a rather chilly onshore breeze developing along the Angus and east Fife coast. Maximum Temperature 15C.


Dry this evening with some late sunshine. Then staying dry overnight with a touch of frost around Aberfeldy and Killin. Minimum Temperature 3C.


Another dry and sunny day. Becoming pleasantly warm inland but onshore breezes will keep the coasts cooler. Maximum Temperature 15C.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

A dull start across the east on Sunday, perhaps some low cloud lingering across Fife, else fine again. Cool and cloudy Monday with a chance of showers. Dry Tuesday.

Issued at: 0400 on Fri 18 Apr 2014

UK forecast for the next 5 days

A cold night for many. Largely dry and sunny Saturday.

This Evening and Tonight:

A cold and largely clear night for many places bringing a risk of frost. Cloudy, damp and milder in the far northwest of the UK. A little cloudier in southeastern areas of England by morning.


Mostly dry away from northwestern Scotland, but cloudier conditions will spread across England and Wales. A few showers may develop in southeastern England.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

Most of Scotland and Northern Ireland fine on Sunday. Turning unsettled, windy and cool across the south with outbreaks of rain. Occasional rain and sunny intervals thereafter. Eastern coasts chilly.

Issued at: 1600 on Fri 18 Apr 2014

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Wednesday 23 Apr 2014 to Friday 2 May 2014:

An unsettled start to the period with showers or longer spells of rain in many locations, possibly heavy at times. Some drier, brighter spells too, the best of these in northern and northwestern parts. Windy in the north and feeling chilly in the rain, also in the wind along eastern coasts. However it will feel warm where it remains bright. The rest of next week is likely to remain changeable, especially for southern parts. Most areas will have brighter periods too with it becoming rather warm, though an easterly breeze will tend to keep northern and eastern areas cooler. Into the start of May, signs are that a mixture of sunny spells and periods of rain or showers will continue and it may also turn cooler.

UK Outlook for Saturday 3 May 2014 to Saturday 17 May 2014:

There remain no strong, discernable signals for any particular weather type to dominate through the first half of May. This leaves conditions more likely than not to be mixed with unsettled spells and showers or longer outbreaks of rain, interspersed with periods of largely fine and dry weather. By day, temperatures are likely to often be near average, though at this time of year this would still leave conditions feeling pleasant in sunshine when winds are light. Southern regions probably have the best chance of above average maxima, whilst some north-western parts may be slightly below average at times. Nights, meanwhile, may be chilly at times with a touch of frost possible.

Issued at: 1600 on Fri 18 Apr 2014