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Mainly dry with sunny spells and light winds.
A mainly dry day with bright or sunny spells especially to the east, although a few light showers could develop in the west by the afternoon. It will feel warm in the sunshine, but cooler toward the coast. Maximum temperature 15 °C.
Generally clear start to the evening with some light winds. Turning cloudier overnight from the west, accompanied by strengthening southwesterly winds, but staying dry throughout. Minimum temperature 7 °C.
Dry and bright through the morning, but with a strengthening southwesterly wind. Turning cloudier and breezier during the afternoon, but staying dry throughout. Maximum temperature 18 °C.
Dry on Wednesday, with cloud breaking to give sunny spells and light winds. Dry and increasingly warm through Thursday and Friday with long periods of sunshine, cooler toward the coasts.
Mostly fine with sunny spells. Rain in the west later.
Some patchy light rain will affect parts of Scotland and the far north of England at first, but then brighten up. Elsewhere, mostly dry with sunny spells. Strengthening winds and outbreaks of rain will arrive in the far west later.
Very strong winds and locally heavy outbreaks of rain will edge across Scotland, Northern Ireland and parts of northern England and Wales. Drier elsewhere with clear spells in the southeast.
Rain moves slowly southeast and weakens. Staying dry in the southeast with some sunshine. Sunny spells and scattered, locally heavy, showers developing across Northern Ireland and Scotland. Windy for many.
Turning drier and warmer with plenty of sunshine for most. However, fresher winds and outbreaks of rain will affect the far northwest, especially late Wednesday into Thursday, less warm here.
Friday looks mostly dry and warm, locally very warm, with a good deal of sunshine. However, there is a low risk of a heavy and possibly thundery shower developing in the south. Areas of misty low cloud are also possible around some coasts. A change to more unsettled weather is likely next weekend and into the following week, with temperatures trending back closer to average too. Initially southern and western areas are more likely to see rain or showers developing, although increasingly it will be the turn of the north and northwest to see a deterioration, with some wet and windy weather. South-eastern and some central areas can expect the best of any brighter and warmer weather. Towards the end of April, the weather may become generally more unsettled.
The weather is likely to be more unsettled at the end of April and beginning of May. Showers or longer spells of rain are expected, which are likely to be most frequent in the northwest, with south-eastern parts of the British Isles still having some decent dry and bright spells. Temperatures are likely to have returned to near average. Confidence in the forecast reduces as we head into May, although mixed conditions are expected, with some showery periods, interspersed by some drier spells. Temperatures are likely to vary quite markedly, perhaps with some cold northerly winds developing for a time during the early to middle part of May.