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A chilly but dry and bright start in the east, with best of the early sunshine towards Inverness. Scattered showers initially across the west spreading to rest of area around mid-day, with some perhaps turning heavy early to mid afternoon. Maximum Temperature 11 °C.
Showers soon dying early evening. Band of rain will sweep across the west coast towards midnight, before pushing east to the rest of the area overnight, as winds strengthen. Minimum Temperature 3 °C.
Mostly cloudy with occasional rain, heaviest in the west, particularly overnight. However, towards the northern end of Great Glen only patchy outbreaks expected, with some limited brighter spells developing. Maximum Temperature 13 °C.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
Monday and Tuesday brings sunshine and blustery showers, these occasionally heavy with thunder during the afternoon. Wednesday rather cloudy with some patchy rain, this mostly confined to the west.
Updated at: 0448 on Sat 30 Apr 2016
A chilly start followed by a bright day with sunny spells for most but showers will gradually spread south-eastwards across the UK, with hail and thunder possible across eastern parts. It will be less windy and feel warmer too.
Showers will die out leaving many places dry and cold, with patchy frost and fog across southern and eastern Britain. It will turn wet and windy across the north-west though.
Rain will continue slowly south-eastwards during the day, easing and fragmenting with time, however, southeast England should stay dry. It will be windy for most.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
Rain will clear to blustery showers on Monday, with these showers easing during Tuesday. Further wet and windy weather is expected across north-western Britain on Wednesday. Temperatures nearer normal.
Updated at: 0231 on Sat 30 Apr 2016
UK Outlook for Wednesday 4 May 2016 to Friday 13 May 2016:
A north-south split is expected on Wednesday and Thursday, with strong winds, showers and longer spells of rain in the north and drier and sunnier conditions in the south. These conditions are likely to continue into the weekend with spells of rain and brief drier, brighter interludes in the northwest. Southern and eastern parts seeing the best of the settled conditions, but still a risk of seeing showery, thundery conditions spreading in at times. Some uncertainty into the following week, though similar conditions likely to continue. Temperatures close to average for most, perhaps a little below at first still in the north and warmest in the south and southeast so feeling warmer than of late.
Updated at: 1249 on Fri 29 Apr 2016
UK Outlook for Saturday 14 May 2016 to Saturday 28 May 2016:
Through the second half of May, the most likely scenario is for unsettled weather across western and northwestern parts to continue, with showers or longer spells of rain but also some bright or sunny spells too. Although the best of any drier and brighter weather should be across southern and southeastern parts, there still remains a risk of rain or showers at times. Temperatures are likely to stay near average, but it will feel warm on the sunnier days, especially in the south.
Updated at: 1250 on Fri 29 Apr 2016
Location: 56.8199, -5.104
Altitude: 7.0 m above mean sea level