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UK Outlook for Wednesday 19 Apr 2017 to Friday 28 Apr 2017:

There will be a lot of fine and settled weather through the second half of next week, especially in the south and south-west. The far north and north-east will be at greatest risk of rain. Over next weekend and much of the following week, northern and eastern areas may often see a mixture of sunshine and showers with the risk of rain, showers maybe wintry, especially in the north. Further south and west, it should be drier and brighter generally. Settled conditions may spread to most parts by the end of the period. Although it may turn warmer in the second half of next week, it is likely to remain mostly rather cold throughout with the risk of overnight frost. Despite this, in any sunshine, it should feel pleasantly warm.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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UK Outlook for Thursday 20 Apr 2017 to Saturday 29 Apr 2017:

There will be a lot of fine and settled weather through the second half of next week, especially in the south-west. The far north and north-east will be at greatest risk of rain. Over next weekend and much of the following week, northern and eastern areas may often see a mixture of sunshine and showers, possibly wintry, especially in the north, these areas could also see some prolonged rain. Further south and west, it should be drier and brighter generally. Settled conditions may spread to most parts by the end of the period. Although it may turn warmer in the second half of next week, it is likely to remain mostly rather cold throughout with the risk of overnight frost. Despite this, in prolonged sunshine, it should feel pleasantly warm.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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UK Outlook for Friday 21 Apr 2017 to Sunday 30 Apr 2017:

Towards next weekend there'll be a lot of fine and settled weather, especially in the south-west. The northwest will be cloudier though, with outbreaks of rain. Over next weekend and much of the following week, northern and eastern areas may often see a mixture of sunshine and showers, possibly wintry, especially in the north, these areas could also see some prolonged rain. There'll also be the risk of gales in the far northeast. Further south and west, it should be drier and brighter generally. Settled conditions may spread to most parts by the end of the period. Although it may turn warmer in the south at first, it'll then become mostly rather cold, with the risk of overnight frost. Despite this, in any prolonged sunshine, it should feel pleasantly warm.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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UK Outlook for Saturday 22 Apr 2017 to Monday 1 May 2017:

Next weekend will be rather chilly with a risk of overnight frost. Generally there'll be a good deal of dry weather and sunny spells, particularly so across the south. On Sunday an area of cloud and rain could spread into north-western parts which would give some snow on the high ground and gales in the north. Into the new working week it will stay rather cold with a continued risk of frost. We'll see a mix of typical spring like weather of sunshine and showers, so it should feel warm by day under the sunshine, with fairly light winds, but will feel a little chilly under any cloud and wind. There's a small chance however that mid-week we may see a spell of wet and windy weather for a time.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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UK Outlook for Sunday 23 Apr 2017 to Tuesday 2 May 2017:

Sunday will start dry, cold and frosty in places before cloud and rain arrives in the north-west later. This will bring strong winds and short-lived snow to northern hills as well as gales in the far north. The rain will become light and patchy by the time it reaches south-east England on Monday. Next week is likely to become colder with a continued risk of night frost. We'll see some typical spring-like weather of sunshine and heavy showers, with a chilly feel where it is cloudy or windy. The driest weather is likely in the west. There's a small chance that we may see a spell of wet and windy weather for a time mid-week, perhaps bringing gales, sleet and snow to the north.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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UK Outlook for Monday 24 Apr 2017 to Wednesday 3 May 2017:

We are expecting Monday to be rather cold with a band of rain moving southwards, probably bringing the first rain of any note to southern areas for several weeks. It is likely to be very windy in Scotland and Northern Ireland with gales and showers, these wintry in the north. The rest of next week could well become even colder with a widespread risk of night frost. Sunshine and heavy showers are anticipated, with a chilly feel where it is cloudy or windy. Showers in the north are likely to be wintry mid-week and some hail and sleet may spread further south at times. The driest and brightest weather is expected to be in the west, probably spreading to the rest of the country by the Mayday Bank holiday.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 25 Apr 2017 to Thursday 4 May 2017:

Tuesday and Wednesday will be cold with a mix of sunshine and showers across the UK, with the most frequent showers likely across northern parts and along windward coasts. Some of the showers will be heavy and wintry, with hail and thunder likely at times. It will be windy in the north too. We will see widespread overnight frosts at first, but temperatures look set to slowly rise through the rest of the week. Northern counties will see outbreaks of rain interspersed by showery spells during the second half of the week. Meanwhile, southern parts will see less frequent showers. Looking ahead, the driest and brightest weather is expected to be in the west, probably spreading to the rest of the country by the Mayday Bank holiday.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 26 Apr 2017 to Friday 5 May 2017:

Wednesday and Thursday will be cold with a mix of sunshine and showers across the UK, the most frequent showers likely across northern parts and along windward coasts. Some of the showers will be heavy and wintry, with hail and thunder likely at times. It will be windy in the north too. Many places should become dry on Thursday. We will see widespread, perhaps sharp, overnight frosts at first, but temperatures look set to slowly rise through the end of next week. North-western areas will see outbreaks of rain interspersed by showery spells and strong winds. Meanwhile, southern parts will see less frequent showers. Increasingly settled, drier and probably noticeably warmer conditions will probably spread to the rest of the country as we head through the first week of May.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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UK Outlook for Thursday 27 Apr 2017 to Saturday 6 May 2017:

Thursday will stay rather cold with a mix of sunshine and showers across the UK with the most frequent showers likely across eastern parts and along windward coasts. Some of the showers will be heavy and wintry, with hail and thunder likely at times. We will see widespread, perhaps sharp, overnight frosts at first, but temperatures look set to slowly rise through the end of next week. By Friday and into next weekend, more unsettled conditions are likely generally, especially in the northwest, with the best of any drier and brighter spells in the south-east. By the first week of May, western areas may continue rather unsettled whereas eastern parts should be drier, brighter and warmer.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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UK Outlook for Friday 28 Apr 2017 to Sunday 7 May 2017:

Friday is looking to have a north-west to south-east split across the country. Wet weather is fairly likely across northern and western parts with the best of the dry and bright weather further south-east, though even here the odd shower can't be ruled out at times. Temperatures will continue to recover to near average across the country. Into next weekend, more unsettled conditions are likely, especially in the north and west, with the best of any drier and brighter spells once again in the south-east. As we move into the first week of May, western and northern areas may continue to be rather unsettled whereas southern and eastern parts should be drier, brighter and feeling warmer.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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UK Outlook for Saturday 29 Apr 2017 to Monday 8 May 2017:

Saturday is likely to be mainly dry and bright with temperatures less cold than recently, though it will still be rather cool for the time of year. However, rain is likely overnight in the far north and west and this may well spread across the rest of the UK on Sunday, with the best chance of drier weather in the east. There may be some further rain around on Bank Holiday Monday, but also some drier and brighter spells. As we move into the first week of May, we're expecting more settled weather to become established, with temperatures rising significantly giving us a warm week, perhaps very warm in some parts. The dry and settled weather is likely to last to the end of this period.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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UK Outlook for Sunday 30 Apr 2017 to Tuesday 9 May 2017:

The tail end of the Bank Holiday weekend looks more unsettled, with rain, already across some west and south-western parts of the UK, extending across the rest of the country. Rain could be heavy across south-western areas, and it will be increasingly windy for many. However, some north-eastern areas could stay dry throughout the long weekend, and temperatures will generally be near or slightly below normal. Tuesday will remain on the wet and windy side, but as next week progresses, drier, more settled and increasingly sunny weather should become established. South-east England is expected to see this change first. Temperatures are likely to respond too with some places becoming very warm, but the main uncertainty is just how quickly this change occurs.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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UK Outlook for Monday 1 May 2017 to Wednesday 10 May 2017:

Bank Holiday Monday currently looks likely to be rather unsettled in the south, with some showery outbreaks of rain moving across the UK. However there will be brighter spells in-between, and in the brightness it should feel fairly pleasant, most likely in the north. There may well also be some showers on Tuesday, and to a much lesser extent on Wednesday, but on the whole Wednesday is likely to be dry with some sunshine for many. Temperatures early next week are expected to be around average for early May. Then from Thursday onwards we are likely to see high pressure dominate, with largely dry and settled weather prevailing, with increasing amounts of sunshine. The settled weather is also likely to bring temperatures slightly above average, especially during the sunnier interludes.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 2 May 2017 to Thursday 11 May 2017:

Any showers on Tuesday should become lighter for many, but some may linger in the south east. Elsewhere it will be largely dry and bright, with some sunshine. Wednesday is likely to be dry with some sunshine for many, and temperatures next week are expected to be around average for early May, meaning we will lose the risk of overnight frosts. Then from Thursday onwards we are likely to see high pressure dominate. Easterly winds will develop, with largely dry and settled weather prevailing, and increasing amounts of sunshine. The settled weather is also likely to bring temperatures slightly above average, especially during the sunnier interludes, but it will feel cooler along eastern coasts, and there will be the risk of sea fog at times here too.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 3 May 2017 to Friday 12 May 2017:

It will be largely fine and dry on Wednesday and Thursday, with bright or sunny spells likely. A few light showers are possible in the south, but it will be warm, or very warm in the west. Then from Friday onwards we are likely to see high pressure dominate. Easterly winds will develop, with largely dry and settled weather prevailing, and increasing amounts of sunshine. The settled weather is also likely to bring rather warm temperatures, especially during the sunnier interludes. It will feel cooler along eastern coasts however, and there will be the risk of sea fog at times here too. Some isolated showers may also be possible, again in the south or southwest.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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UK Outlook for Thursday 4 May 2017 to Saturday 13 May 2017:

It will be largely fine and dry on Thursday and Friday, with bright or sunny spells likely. A few light showers are possible in the south with temperatures near average, but feeling cooler along the east coast. Then from next weekend onwards we are likely to see high pressure dominate. Easterly winds will develop, with largely dry and settled weather prevailing, and increasing amounts of sunshine. The settled weather is also likely to bring rather warm temperatures, especially during the sunnier interludes. It will feel cooler along eastern coasts however, and there will be the risk of sea fog at times here too. Some isolated showers may also be possible, mainly along the east coast. More unsettled showery conditions are also possible across the southwest later, for a time.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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UK Outlook for Friday 5 May 2017 to Sunday 14 May 2017:

This period will begin mostly dry and fine with the best of the bright or sunny weather likely to be across the west and north-west. The far south may see some showers or longer spells of rain at times and it will continue to be fairly breezy, especially on exposed eastern coasts. Temperatures will be close to normal and it will feel warm in any sunshine, but along the east coast it will be rather cool. Thereafter, it is likely to turn cooler more widely for a time with the best of the dry and bright weather persisting in the west and a risk overnight frost in the north. However, by the end of the period it could gradually turn more unsettled and milder from the southwest.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/forecast

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