A' Bhuidheanach Bheag weather

Cloudy changing to drizzle by late morning.
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Light rain changing to thunder by early evening.
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Cloudy changing to light showers by lunchtime.
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Light rain changing to cloudy by late morning.
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Cloudy changing to light showers in the afternoon.
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Light rain.
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Light rain changing to cloudy by nighttime.
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Central, Tayside & Fife weather forecast

Headline:

Outbreaks of rain spreading east today.

Today:

East mainly dry this morning, cloudy with some patchy rain spreading from the west this afternoon. The west will be cloudy with rain at times through the day, occasionally heavy across the Trossachs. East coast still quite warm. Maximum temperature 20 °C.

Tonight:

Cloud and rain clearing from the west this evening. Rest of the night will be dry and mostly clear across the east, but a few showers in the west later. Minimum temperature 11 °C.

Thursday:

Dry start in most places. Then sunny intervals and scattered showers developing through the day, occasionally heavy with thunder by afternoon. Maximum temperature 19 °C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Bright with occasional showers on Friday, perhaps some persistent rain in the east later. Scattered heavy showers on Saturday, drier on Sunday.

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UK long range weather forecast

Sunday will bring a mixture of sunshine and showers across northern Britain, with largely dry conditions to close out the weekend in the south. Into the start of next week, low pressure is most likely to be close to northwest Britain, bringing stronger winds and occasionally heavy rain. Further southeast, it should be mostly dry with the potential to tap into very warm air drifting north out of Europe. Towards midweek, the wetter and somewhat cooler weather in the northwest looks to push further southeast, displacing the warmth and sunshine here. By the end of the month, a more widely changeable pattern looks most likely, with the wettest weather most likely further to the northwest, and sunshine more prevalent in the southeast.

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As we move into August, the final month of the meteorological summer, confidence is low in the forecast with no one single weather pattern looking to dominate. As is often the case in summer, this could well mean plenty of fine, dry weather, interspersed with occasional thundery outbreaks, leading to marked local variations in rainfall. Temperatures are likely to pan out above average, perhaps more especially in the south and west.

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