Wet weather pushing northeastwards

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[Published 06:30 28/05/2024]

Heavy showers in the early evening. Posted by Brian Gaze

Outbreaks of rain spread northeastwards today, with brighter and showery conditions following them. Low pressure is still in charge of the weather, but through the coming days a change begins to take place. High pressure will start building in from the west and it holds out the promise of a drier and more settled period. (If you would like to browse the website without adverts and contribute to its ongoing development, explore the payment options, see below)


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Issued 28th May 2024

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Weather forecast discussion

Tuesday begins wet in south western Britain and Northern Ireland. The outbreaks of rain push northeastwards across the UK through the course of the day. By late afternoon they will be affecting much of Scotland and the far east of England. Showery conditions follow behind them and spells of sunshine develop. It will be quite windy.

Temperatures range from 14°C to 18°C. Check the weather radar for the most up to date view.

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UK Met UKV, Tuesday 28th May [Tap animation to toggle cities]

Tonight the band of rain clears, but further showers push eastwards, with the heaviest ones affecting Wales as well as central and northern England. By the morning it will be drier in much of the UK.

Tomorrow heavy showers develop in northeastern Britain. In other areas there will be scattered showers, but also bright spells. In the afternoon sunshine it will feel quite warm.

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UK Met UKV, Wednesday 29th May [Tap animation to toggle cities]

Drier and more settled

During the second half of the week showers become more scattered as high pressure starts to build in from the west. In the sun it will become quite warm, but with winds coming from the northerly quadrant temperatures on the whole won't be far from the seasonal norm. Mostly settled conditions are expected to continue through the weekend.

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GFS, overview for Thu 30th May - Sat 1st June


Yesterday's temperatures

The temperature league tables are for Monday 27th May 2024. Please note that our database does not include data from all of the official reporting stations in the UK.


Highest temperatures

  • Eglinton / Londonderr, 19°C
  • Humberside, 19°C
  • Kinloss, 19°C
  • Norwich Weather Centre, 18°C
  • Stansted Airport, 18°C
  • Exeter Airport, 18°C
  • Lakenheath Royal Air Force Base, 18°C
  • Mildenhall Royal Air Force Base, 18°C
  • Donna Nook, 18°C
  • Tees-Side, 18°C
  • Southend-On-Sea, 18°C
  • Staverton Private, 18°C
  • Northolt, 18°C
  • Coningsby Royal Air Force Base, 18°C
  • Cranwell, 18°C

Lowest temperatures

  • Spadeadam, 6°C
  • Newcastle, 7°C
  • Cork Airport, 7°C
  • Connaught, 7°C
  • Topcliffe Royal Air Force Base, 8°C
  • Boscombe Down, 8°C
  • Benson, 8°C
  • Fairford Royal Air Force Base, 8°C
  • Middle Wallop, 8°C
  • Brize Norton, 9°C
  • Odiham, 9°C
  • Coningsby Royal Air Force Base, 9°C
  • Leeming, 9°C
  • Wittering, 9°C
  • Waddington, 9°C

Current temperatures vs Historical averages

Check the CET tracker for the latest information on how this month's temperatures compare to the Central England Temperature averages for 1961-1990, 1971-2000, 1981-2010, 1991-2020, and 1659-2020.


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Heavy showers in the early evening. Posted by Brian Gaze

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