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Rather cloudy but dry through the morning and much of the afternoon, with some brighter spells possible at times. Outbreaks of rain will spread from the west from late afternoon onwards, heavy at times over the Pennines, and becoming breezier. Maximum Temperature 15C.
Rain clearing away east from late evening, becoming mainly dry with clear spells by the early hours of Thursday, though remaining breezy with some isolated showers over the Pennines. Minimum Temperature 7C.
A breezy day with some good sunny spells, but also a few blustery rain showers at times, mainly in the afternoon. Maximum Temperature 14C.
Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
Further sunshine and showers on Friday, though less breezy than Thursday. Saturday breezy and mainly dry, with a small risk of showers. Sunday wet and windy at first, clearing later.
Updated at: 0229 on Wed 27 May 2015
This Evening and Tonight:
Breezy and showery across western Scotland. Elsewhere, some good cloud breaks forming with lighter winds. Overnight, clear skies bring the risk of local fog patches to the southwest, and chilly conditions for many with rural grass frost forming locally.
Showers in the northwest, but elsewhere mostly dry through the morning, bright in the southeast. Thickening cloud and strengthening winds, with rain developing across many central and western areas later.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Blustery showers in most places on Thursday and Friday, accompanied by strong winds in the north. Isolated showers in Scotland and rain in the southwest on Saturday. Rather cool throughout.
Updated at: 1444 on Tue 26 May 2015
UK Outlook for Sunday 31 May 2015 to Tuesday 9 Jun 2015:
Rather unsettled conditions at first with spells of rain interspersed by drier, brighter and more showery interludes. It may be rather windy, particularly in the northwest, with the bulk of the rainfall also here. Southern and eastern areas look best placed for the driest, brightest weather. Temperatures are likely to be below average across the country, but particularly in the northwest. By midweek, unsettled conditions are considered likely to continue in the northwest, with slightly below average temperatures, but more settled, warmer, conditions may start to build in the south. Towards the end of the week these warmer, more settled conditions look likely to spread north to most of the country although perhaps with a risk of showers in the south.
UK Outlook for Wednesday 10 Jun 2015 to Wednesday 24 Jun 2015:
There is some uncertainty in the likely weather type through this period, however there is a signal for higher pressure to become established to the north of the UK. This would lead to drier, warmer conditions for many, these perhaps most prolonged across the north, but it may also allow some more unsettled, perhaps thundery, weather to move up from continental Europe and affect the south of the country. This trend looks like it may continue into the third week of June with drier than average conditions in the north, however some unsettled spells are also likely to push in from the west at times, as well some thundery outbreaks also coming up from the south.
Updated at: 1230 on Tue 26 May 2015
Location: 54.3378, -1.4284
Altitude: 43m above mean sea level