Long range forecast at 11 August

Saturday 16 August to Friday 22 August

There may still be a few showers in eastern Scotland and eastern England over the weekend, but even here most places will stay dry. High pressure out to the west will then push in across the country.


Over the weekend the northwesterly winds will still keep it a little on the cool side, but these will gradually die out as the high pressure pushes in.


The warm sunny weather will then spread from Northern Ireland, west Wales, western Scotland and western England across to the east to give another period of very warm and sunny weather for us all, but it probably will not be as hot as the beginning of the month.


Saturday 23 August to Friday 29 August

High pressure will again dominate the weather this week, and because it will be out to the east of the country, most places will be dry, sunny and very warm.


There may be the odd shower about, but they will be few and far between, with most places missing them.


By the end of the week more showers may well creep into Northern Ireland and the western fringes of Scotland, England and Wales as the winds in those areas swing more into the southwest.



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