Wednesday 23rd April – Rain Moves Into Western Areas, Becoming Locally Heavy At Times, Sunshine, Showers and Spells of Intermittent Rain Elsewhere – Drier & Brighter In East/South East
Low pressure to the West of the United Kingdom introduces weather fronts to Western areas. High pressure will be closeby in the South East – gradually losing its grip through the day.
A band of rain will sweep into Western parts of England, Wales and parts of North West England during the morning and afternoon, becoming heavy at times. Elsewhere across Scotland, Northern England, The Midlands and Central Southern England there will be variable amounts of cloud, sunny spells, scattered heavy showers and intermittent spells of light rain. The best of the weather will be across South East England and East Anglia where it should remain mostly dry with some pleasant spells of sunshine and variable amounts of fair-weather cloud.
Temperatures will feel warm in the South East/East under the sunshine with a range of 15oC to 18oC – It will be cooler further West with a range of 11oC to 15oC.