Mixed weather across the UK

[Updated 06:45 26/05/2022]

After the rain. Posted by dizzy daff

A band of rain pushes southeastwards across the southern half of the UK today but it becomes increasingly light and patchy. Areas to the north have sunny spells and showers. To the south it's dry and some bright spells are possible. The next couple of days bring quite settled conditions as high pressure begins to have more influence.

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Thursday starts wet in Northern Ireland, northern Wales and north western England. Elsewhere it is mostly dry.

Through the day outbreaks of rain edge southeastwards into central counties and they become increasingly patchy. Areas to their north have a mix of sunny spells and showers. To the south it will be mostly and some bright spells are likely. Windy, especially in the north.

Temperatures range from 11C (52F) in the far north to 21C (70F) in the south. See the rain radar for the latest view.

UKV, rain, 15:00 Thursday, 26th May

Tonight the remnants of the rain clear southwards. Clear spells develop, although heavy showers affect Scotland and over the higher mountains they could fall as sleet or snow. Windy in the north.

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Tomorrow showers continue in Scotland whilst other parts of the UK remain dry with variable amounts of cloud. The highest temperatures will be in the south and East Anglia where 21C (70F) may be reached.

UKV, rain, 15:00 Friday, 27th May

Mostly dry weekend

Saturday should be dry. Cloud amounts vary and temperatures won't be far off the seasonal average.

Sunday brings showers to the eastern half of Britain and over the Scottish mountains they could have a wintry flavour. Unseasonably chilly in the north east, but in the south and west temperatures are expected to be closer to the seasonal norm.

Monday brings sunny spells and showers. Temperatures generally on the low side for the time of the year.

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GFS, surface pressure and precipitation, 15:00 Tuesday, 31th May

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