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Scattered showers return

[Updated 06:35 13/04/2021]

Snow shower in the distance. Posted by brian gaze

Much of the UK stays dry today but there will be some showers around. Temperatures remain below the mid April average. During the next few days there won't be a great deal of change. Daytime temperatures edge upwards but the nights remain cold.

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Snow shower in the distance. Posted by brian gaze View the full size picture.

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Tuesday begins dry and frosty. Through the day showers bubble up, with most of them in southern and western Britain, as well as Northern Ireland. In the afternoon sunshine it should feel quite pleasant, but it remains cold for mid April.

Maximum temperatures range from 7C (45F) to 13C (55F). See the rain radar for the latest view.

Arpege chart 1
Meteo France Arpege, rain and snow, 16:00 Tuesday, 13th April

Tonight showers fade away and a widespread frost develops. The lowest temperatures are expected to be in the north and particularly the Scottish glens.

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Tomorrow isolated showers are affect in the north and west. In other areas it is likely to be dry and bright. After a cold start afternoon temperatures will be a little higher than in recent days, especially in the west.

Arpege chart 1
Meteo France Arpege, rain and snow, 16:00 Wednesday, 14th April

Quiet weather continues

Through Thursday scattered showers are possible in central and south eastern England. Other parts of the UK remain dry with sunny periods. Temperatures continue to slowly recover but it remains chilly in the east.

Friday is looking dry in virtually the whole of the country, with just a risk of an odd shower in central and south eastern England. The highest temperatures may be in the northern half of Scotland.

During the weekend there is the possibility of wet weather spreading into the north west. Central and eastern Britain is likely to be mainly dry.

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GFS, surface pressure and precipitation, 16:00 Saturday, 17th April

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