Bridgend (Fife) weather

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Central, Tayside & Fife weather forecast

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Chance of some early patchy rain. Sunshine and showers later.

Today:

Rather cloudy during the morning, with the chance of some patchy light rain developing. Turning increasingly bright through the afternoon with a few well scattered showers spreading in on the west to northwest breezes. Maximum temperature 15 °C.

Tonight:

Mainly dry with little cloud affording plentiful clear spells, however a few isolated light showers may appear across far western areas. Light westerly breezes leading to a chilly rural dawn. Minimum temperature 4 °C.

Monday:

Chilly rural start. Most staying dry with plentiful sunshine and light winds, however the odd light shower may appear in west of Central and Tayside. West to northwest breezes. Maximum temperature 15 °C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Mainly dry, bright early Tuesday, then cloud spreading from west later bringing periods of patchy light rain. Wednesday, Thursday mainly cloudy with some patchy rain, but afternoons turning warmer, brighter.

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UK long range weather forecast

Dry and bright weather is expected to dominate on Thursday and Friday. Daytime temperatures are likely to be warm for most, and perhaps very warm in the southeast. There could be chilly nights though, with overnight fog patches. Any wet and windy weather will be confined to the far northwest. Over the weekend, cooler, unsettled weather will move in from the west, continuing into the start of next week. The situation beyond next Tuesday is uncertain, but the most likely situation is for southeastern UK to stay fairly dry, with warm daytime temperatures. Low night temperatures are likely, bringing an increased chance of mist, fog or even frost. Meanwhile, the northwest of the UK is more likely to keep stronger winds with heavier rain at times, and lower daytime temperatures.

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Confidence remains low for the end of September and into October, and a number of different weather scenarios are possible. However the most likely situation is for southeastern UK to stay on the dry side of average, with daytime temperatures fairly warm for the time of year. Low temperatures are likely during many of the nights, bringing an increased chance of mist, fog and ground frost. Meanwhile, the northwest of the UK is more likely to keep stronger winds with heavier rain at times, and lower daytime temperatures.

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