Fourteen Day Weather Forecast

The latest fourteen day weather forecast for the United Kingdom

Tuesday 25th July 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Fog Patches (W and NW).

SUMMARY: Mainly dry with some sunshine, but a risk of showers at times.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: A ridge of high pressure becomes dominant across the SW and S of the U.K. as low pressure clears to the E, while another depression approaches from the W, producing a generally W or NW’ly airflow.

WINDS: SW or NW light, locally moderate to the E, light and variable in the NW.

WEATHER: Mainly dry and bright with some sunny spells developing as early mist or fog clears. Cloudier at times though with a persistent risk of showers or spells of light rain through the day, especially to the E and SE but also in the far W later in the day.

TEMPERATURE: Above average, cooler in the E and NE.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: High – 90%

Wednesday 26th July 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Strong Winds (N and W). Heavy Precipitation (N and W).

SUMMARY: Unsettled as heavy and persistent rain spreads across the country from the W.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: Low pressure becomes dominant to the NW of the U.K. as high pressure declines southwards, pushing an associated frontal system across many areas in a more SW or S’ly airflow.

WINDS: W or SW moderate or fresh, backing S’ly to the NE, locally strong in the N and W.

WEATHER: Overcast for many areas as rain and showers spread eastwards during the day, becoming heavy over windward slopes in the N and W. Drier and brighter to the E at first though, while becoming more showery in the W later with further bright spells.

TEMPERATURE: Around average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Medium to high – 80%

Thursday 27th July 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Strong Winds (W and NW).

SUMMARY: Showers or spells of rain spread across the N and W, but largely dry with sunny spells elsewhere.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: An unseasonably deep depression remains to the NW of the U.K., with an associated frontal system clearing to the E, as a ridge of high pressure builds over the SW, bringing in a showery W’ly airflow.

WINDS: W or SW moderate or fresh, locally strong in the W and NW.

WEATHER: Mostly cloudy in the N and W as showers or longer spells of rain move through during the day. Drier further S and E however with bright or sunny spells over many areas, but the risk of isolated showers at times.

TEMPERATURE: Just below average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Medium to high – 70%

Friday 28th July 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Strong Winds (NW).

SUMMARY: Unsettled in the W and NW with rain or showers, drier and sunnier in the S and E.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: Low pressure persists across the N of the U.K. as another depression approaches from the W and SW, while high pressure builds into the S, producing a milder SW’ly airflow over the country.

WINDS: SW moderate or fresh, locally strong in the NW.

WEATHER: Mostly cloudy across the N and W with light or moderate rain and showers moving through. Largely dry further S and E, with occasional sunny spells, though also a risk of isolated showers developing during the day.

TEMPERATURE: Around average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Medium – 65%

Saturday 29th July 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Heavy Precipitation (NW).

SUMMARY: Locally heavy rain across the N and W, while bright spells and light showers develop in the S and E.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: A large and complex area of low pressure continues to dominate to the NW of the U.K. as high pressure remains influential over the SE, maintaining an unsettled SW’ly airflow across most areas.

WINDS: SW or S moderate or fresh.

WEATHER: Mostly cloudy or overcast in many areas with rain and showers moving through, locally heavy in the N and W. Drier further S and E though with bright spells developing in between occasional light showers during the day.

TEMPERATURE: Around average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Medium – 60%

Sun 30th to Mon 31st July 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Nil.

SUMMARY: Remaining widely unsettled, with the best of any sunshine towards the SE.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: Low pressure remains slow moving across the NW and N of the U.K. as high pressure persists to the far S, sustaining a SW’ly airflow over many areas.

WINDS: SW moderate or fresh.

WEATHER: Overcast across the N and W with outbreaks of rain spreading across many areas. Drier across the S and E with some bright or sunny spells, especially in the SE, though still with some frequent showers moving through.

TEMPERATURE: Near or slightly above average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Medium – 55%

Tue 1st to Wed 2nd August 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Nil.

SUMMARY: Widespread rain and showers, turning more showery later.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: A depression tracks north-eastwards from the W to the NE of the U.K. during the period, bringing an unsettled and mild cyclonic airflow across the country.

WINDS: SW or S moderate or fresh.

WEATHER: Outbreaks of rain spread across the country from the W and SW, moving further N and E during the period. More showery at first to the S and E, while brighter and drier periods develop later towards the SW as the rain clears.

TEMPERATURE: Just above average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Low to medium – 45%

Thu 3rd to Mon 7th August 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Nil.

SUMMARY: Remaining generally unsettled, though with periods of drier weather, especially in the SW and S.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: Low pressure remains influential across the N of the U.K., while high pressure builds to the SW and S at times, producing a generally W’ly airflow over many areas.

WINDS: W or SW moderate or fresh.

WEATHER: Often cloudy with showers or spells of rain in many areas, particularly to the W and NW, though with spells interspersed by brighter periods too. Becoming drier further SW and S at times, with a mixture of sunny spells and isolated showers.

TEMPERATURE: Near or slightly above average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Low – 35%

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