Five-day forecast: Unsettled week but some bright spells

Here’s the latest five-day forecast for the UK and Ireland from The Weather Channel.


A dry and bright end to the weekend for many but cloud and rain will move in across Ireland spreading into western Britain overnight. 


An unsettled week to come with low pressure cells and associated frontal systems bringing further cloud and rain, occasionally heavy, but there will be some drier and brighter interludes at times. 


Temperatures will fluctuate around average or slightly below.




Sunday afternoon


A dry afternoon for many with some good spells of sunshine, especially across the east, however, some cloud will bubble up and spread out through the afternoon. 


There will be some patchy cloud and isolated showers over western coastal areas to start but these will be replaced by thickening cloud as a weak warm front approaches from the south-west. 


The cloud will thicken more rapidly over Ireland with outbreaks of rain moving into Munster through the afternoon. 


The light north-westerly winds will back south-westerly, moderate along the west coast of Scotland. Maximum temperatures will be around 13 to 17C for Scotland and 18 to 21C elsewhere, warmest in the south-east with 22C.


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Weather patterns and temperatures on Sunday afternoon

(The Weather Company)


Sunday night


Persistent rain will spread across Ireland and western Britain overnight, as an active low moves northwards along the west coast of Ireland where the rain will be heavy at times. 


Moderate rain will reach western Britain as the night progresses, with light rain extending to parts of northern England and Scotland by dawn. 


The far north of Scotland and central, south-eastern England should remain dry with clear spells for East Anglia and Kent. 


Temperatures will fall to 6 to 9C over central Scotland but a milder night elsewhere between 10 and 13C, locally 14C for south-west England. The south to south-easterly…

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