- UK 5 days
- UK 6-30 days
Dry with variable amounts of cloud and some sunny spells, these most likely during the afternoon and in the north and east. Feeling pleasantly warm in any sunshine with light northwesterly winds. Chance of some hill fog early morning. Maximum Temperature 12 °C.
Remaining dry with clear spells during the evening and night, with light winds. Becoming chilly under any prolonged clear skies, perhaps with a touch of frost in places by dawn. Minimum Temperature 2 °C.
Staying dry with varying amounts of cloud and pleasant sunny spells, again these most likely in the east with perhaps mainly cloudy skies in the west. Light westerly winds. Maximum Temperature 12 °C.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Becoming more changeable. A little cloudier Wednesday but mainly dry with light winds. Breezy with a spell of rain likely Thursday. Dry with sunny spells Friday.
A generally settled day for the UK, with occasional sunnier spells at times, the best of these most likely during the morning in the south of England. Most places dry, but some light rain for northern Scotland.
A cloudy night with occasional clear spells at times, and perhaps a touch of grass frost. There'll be a little light rain in north-west Scotland, but elsewhere will be dry.
Another cloudy day, likely more so than today, with the best of any sunnier spells in the east. Some patchy light rain for places in the west but otherwise dry.
Becoming breezier and unsettled. Light rain in the west on Wednesday, then more persistent rain for many on Thursday. Friday will see brighter spells for most before further rain later.
Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days
The current spell of benign weather is expected to change by the Easter weekend. Overnight rain should have cleared from the north and west by dawn on Good Friday, but may linger into the afternoon in the southeast. A brief drier and brighter interlude is then expected before more rain arrives later on Friday and during Saturday. The rest of the Easter period and the following week are likely to be unsettled with showers or longer spells of rain, interspersed by some dry and bright interludes. It is also expected to become windy with gales at times, with the wettest and windiest conditions probably occurring in the west and northwest. Temperatures are expected to vary around average, best generally in the east, often rather cold in the west and northwest.
The start of April is expected to continue unsettled and windy at times with showers or longer spells of rain, interspersed by some dry and bright interludes. The wettest and windiest weather probably occurring in the north and west. Overnight frost and fog is possible in the drier interludes. Overall temperatures should be near or somewhat below normal although day to day fluctuations are expected, which could be quite marked as is usual in April. There are indications that this pattern may slowly change during the second and third weeks of April. However, there is a good deal of uncertainty as to what any change will herald, other than it should become somewhat drier.