Issued 2020-03-08 08:12:26
Valid: 08/03/2020 0600 - 09/03/2020 0600
Upper trough will move eastwards across the UK and Ireland on Sunday in wake of cold front clearing eastern England earlier this morning. Cold air aloft associated with the upper trough will create steep lapse rates supporting scattered showers, which will organise along a few short-wave troughs moving east. Surface heating in sunny spells will further increase instability beneath cold air aloft supporting strong enough convection for isolated thunder with heavier showers, along with hail. Southern and western areas probably seeing the greatest chance of thunder. Showers and risk of thunder fading after dark.
Issued by: Nick Finnis
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