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UK Forecast - May 22, 2017
Fair for most
Murky west coasts

Tuesday
A dry day today for most of the country. Low cloud will be affecting southern and western parts of Ireland as well as much of Wales , the far south and southwest England. A few spots of drizzle over the hills of Wales and southwest England early this morning although this fading quickly. Elsewhere it will be dry with good spells of sunshine, the best of them to te north and east. watch for some outbreaks of drizzle in western Scotland later. Highs at a warm 23C in parts of southeast England, 16C in the cloud over western Scotland.


Tuesday Night
A mild night for many. Cloud affects western areas of the UK and Ireland with some drizzle in western Scotland. More eastern areas are going to be dry with clear spells here. Lows near 7 to 12C

 
 
 


Wednesday
An area of high pressure builds over the UK and Irland on Wednesday. Low cloud and a risk of drizzle affecting western coasts and hills. However, it won't be far inland that the sun comes through to leave a fine day with lots of sunshine. Little changes through the afternoon with many areas dry and sunny. Feeling very warm. Highs at 16C in western cloud, 26C in central and eastern England.


Thursday
The area of high pressure is going to be positioned over the UK on Thursday. This brings a dry day with plenty of sunshine. It is going to be very warm as well for many. Sea breezes form on coasts cooling things down here. Perhaps some low cloud drifting onto the coasts of southern Ireland. Highs near 22 to 27C.