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Strathclyde regional forecast

Strathclyde forecast map

Inveraray Heavy rain 56.231 -5.076
Tiree Partly cloudy night 56.497 -6.887
Glasgow Light shower night 55.864 -4.25
Tobermory Light shower night 56.622 -6.069
Ayr Cloudy 55.459 -4.628
Biggar Cloudy 55.623 -3.523
Helensburgh Light shower night 56.002 -4.733
Pinwherry Light shower night 55.147 -4.832
Dalmellington Heavy shower night 55.324 -4.398
Cumbernauld Cloudy 55.946 -3.991
Kilmarnock Heavy rain 55.615 -4.497
Camps Reservoir Heavy shower night 55.487 -3.587
Campbeltown Light shower night 55.424 -5.604
Arrochar Heavy rain 56.197 -4.746
Tighnabruaich Heavy shower night 55.908 -5.232
Ballochroy Heavy rain 55.71 -5.617
Port Ellen Cloudy 55.629 -6.188
Ardlussa Cloudy 56.023 -5.778
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Port Glasgow Light shower night 7 °C
Busby Cloudy 7 °C
Millport Cloudy 8 °C
Culzean Castle Garden Light shower night 7 °C
Sound of Islay Cloudy 8 °C
Loch Scridain Light rain 8 °C
Port Ellen Cloudy 8 °C
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Prestwick Cloudy 8 °C
Milngavie Cloudy 7 °C
Bridge of Weir Cloudy 7 °C
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  • UK 6-30 days

Regional Forecast for Strathclyde

Headline:

Cool and breezy with showers on Thursday.

This Evening and Tonight:

Showers will gradually become confined to the north and west in the evening, lingering overnight. Elsewhere becoming mainly dry with some clear periods. Rather cold. Minimum temperature 3 °C.

Thursday:

Some bright or sunny intervals along with scattered showers, these turning heavy at times with a chance of hail and thunder. Showers becoming less widespread in the afternoon. Cool. Maximum temperature 11 °C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Showers will continue through Friday and the weekend, these possibly heavy and thundery with hail, and more frequent during the afternoon hours. Light winds but rather cool.

Updated: 15:08 on Wed 25 Apr 2018 BST

UK forecast for the next 5 days

Headline:

Showers easing and chilly in the north.

This Evening and Tonight:

Showers in the south and east will ease, with lighter winds. Clear spells will develop, with patchy frost most likely in the north. Some showers may continue in northern and western areas, which could be heavy.

Thursday:

Sunshine and blustery showers will affect the north. It will be a drier and sunnier day in the south, with only isolated showers likely, and the cloud will thicken later.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Friday will be wet and windy, with gales possible along southern coasts. Saturday and Sunday will turn drier, however outbreaks of rain may arrive in the southeast later.

Updated: 14:52 on Wed 25 Apr 2018 BST

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Monday 30 Apr 2018 to Wednesday 9 May 2018:

Northern and western parts of the UK are likely to be mainly dry and bright on Monday, apart from the odd shower. In the south and east significant rainfall is possible accompanied by stronger winds. However, there is uncertainty about the time and place of the heavy rain and some areas could get a sunny day. Temperatures will be a little below average and cold enough for a slight overnight frost in the north and north-west. Changeable weather will continue during the first few days of May with brisk winds and spells of rain at times, but a few drier and sunnier spells too. Temperatures will tend to recover to near normal but at times it will feel colder, so overnight frost in the north remains possible.

UK Outlook for Thursday 10 May 2018 to Thursday 24 May 2018:

A dry and bright spell of weather with light winds may develop at the start of this period especially in the north, bringing slightly above-average temperatures. However, confidence in this aspect of the forecast is low. Mixed weather with showers or longer periods of rain remain possible. In fact, there is a signal for a greater number of heavy showers than usual in the south, perhaps including thunder at times. Where the weather does becomes wet and windy, temperatures will drop down to average or a little below.

Updated: 14:52 on Wed 25 Apr 2018 BST

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