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    • Regional
    • UK 5 days
    • UK 6-30 days

    Regional forecast for Strathclyde

    Dry and bright with some sunshine today. Light winds.

    Today:

    A chilly start with perhaps a few mist patches, but these soon clearing then a bright with sunny spells, although some clouds will bubble up through the day, with the best of the sunshine over Argyll and the Ayrshire coast. Maximum Temperature 15C.

    Tonight:

    Some evening sunshine then clear spells for a time overnight, but these becoming confined to northern Argyll, as clouds feed in from the east. Mainly light winds. Minimum Temperature 2C.

    Sunday:

    Dry but mainly cloudy through the morning, but this thinning and breaking during the afternoon with some sunny spells developing, especially over northern and western Argyll. Maximum Temperature 13C.

    Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

    The mainly dry settled weather will continue, with some sunshine at times. And feeling quite warm by day with just light winds.

    Updated at: 0422 on Sat 18 Apr 2015

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Generally dry and settled. Cloudier with showers on Sunday.

    Today:

    Saturday will be dry with sunny spells for most. Windy in the south, especially southwest England and through the English Channel, where it will feel chilly. Feeling pleasantly warm in the sunshine and in shelter from the wind.

    Tonight:

    Dry, with clear spells in the west. Meanwhile, cloud will be spreading in from off the North Sea into northern and eastern parts of the UK during the night.

    Sunday:

    A generally cloudier day, with some showers affecting central and eastern parts of the UK. Dry and bright, with sunny spells in the south and west. Cool in the east.

    Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

    High pressure dominates into next week, bringing plenty of fine and dry weather with warm sunny spells, mainly in west. Often cloudy further east. Some chilly nights under clearer skies.

    Updated at: 0436 on Sat 18 Apr 2015

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 22 Apr 2015 to Friday 1 May 2015:

    Through Wednesday and Thursday next week conditions are going to remain generally fine and dry with good sunny spells across the UK. Any showers or outbreaks of rain are going to be very isolated and largely confined to coastal parts. Nights will be chilly with a risk of rural frost whilst daytime temperatures should still be above normal and locally warm inland, though it will feel a little cooler in the south where there will be more of a breeze. Through the following weekend and the week after we are likely to have a transition to more changeable and unsettled conditions from the west/southwest with some wet weather expected. It will become much windier and also cooler than recently, with temperatures being suppressed a little below normal.

    UK Outlook for Saturday 2 May 2015 to Saturday 16 May 2015:

    There are signals for the unsettled and cooler conditions to last for the first few days of the peiod. Thereafter predictability becomes very limited as such conditiions should be fairly typical for the time of year. Some wet weather is likely at times along with some drier and brighter periods, perhaps the best of these towards the south and east. Daytime temperatures will probably range close to average during unsettled weather to above average when conditions are fine, and it will feel pleasantly warm in the sunnier spells as a result. As is common for the time of year, settled spells may be accompanied by chilly evenings with some isolated overnight frost in rural areas.

    Updated at: 1305 on Fri 17 Apr 2015

    Location Details

    Glasgow Youth Hostel

    Location: 55.8691, -4.2808

    Altitude: 28m above mean sea level

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