Fourteen Day Weather Forecast

The latest fourteen day weather forecast for the United Kingdom

Tuesday 17th April 2018

High UV SE. Risk of strong winds or gales N and W.

A large Atlantic low pressure system remains dominant to the west of the U.K., maintaining a strong and warm south to south-westerly airflow while high pressure builds to the east and south-east.

Remaining cloudier and more unsettled the north and west through the day, with spells of rain or blustery showers moving through, though with brighter spells developing in Ireland and Scotland later.

Drier however further south and east, with some good amounts of sunshine expected across eastern and south-eastern counties.

Confidence: High

Wednesday 18th April 2018

High UV S and SE. Mist and fog S at first. Risk of strong winds NW

High pressure continues to build from the east across the country, while low pressure remains to the west of the U.K.

Increasingly dry and fine weather spreads westwards across the country, with good amounts of warm sunshine across many areas, especially in the south and east once early mist or fog patches clear.

Cloudier however to the north and west, though drier than previous days with only a few spots of light rain or showers moving through.

Confidence: Medium to high.

Thursday 19th April 2018

High UV S and SE. Mist and fog patches many areas. Risk of thundery showers developing in the S.

High pressure remains dominant to the east while low pressure lies to the west and north-west, maintaining a warm and settled air mass across the country.

Dry and fine conditions continue across much of the country through the day, with further good amounts of warm sunshine once early mist or fog patches clear.

Slightly cloudier to the north and west however, but largely dry, although some showers may move onto windward coasts in the far west. There is meanwhile a risk of some thundery showers developing inland in the S during the afternoon.

Confidence: High

Friday 20th April 2018

High UV S and SE. Risk of mist and fog patches W. Risk of thundery showers S.

A large area of high pressure continues to influence conditions across the country, with a settled anticyclonic airflow remaining.

Plenty of fine and dry weather affects the country once more throughout the day, with some further good amounts of sunshine after early mist of fog patches clear.

Some cloudier skies are expected to the north-west, with a chance of some showers for the far north-west. There is also a risk of thundery showers developing inland across the S through the afternoon.

Confidence: Medium to high

Saturday 21st April 2018

Risk of mist and fog patches SW. Risk of thundery showers S and W.

High pressure maintains an influence across the country for the start of the weekend, as an area of low pressure moves in to the northwest.

Another dry day with some good bright or sunny spells is expected across the country, with temperatures remaining warm, especially in the sunshine. Some showers, possibly thundery, may develop in S and W areas however during the afternoon.

Cloudier skies are expected further north however, with a chance of some patchy light rain developing under thicker cloud.

Confidence: Medium to high

Sunday 22nd April 2018

Low pressure to the west and north-west becomes increasingly influential as high pressure begins to decline slightly to the east.

Conditions therefore look likely to turn slightly cooler and more unsettled from the west, with showers or longer spells of rain moving across the country.

Further east and southeast is however expected to remain drier with bright or sunny spells through the day.

Confidence: Medium

Monday 23rd April 2018

Low pressure looks set to dominate to the north-west and north, introducing a more unsettled airflow across the country, while high pressure declines eastwards. Another high begins to build to the south-west.

Generally cloudy conditions are expected across the country, with spells of rain or drizzle moving through at times.

Some brighter spells are expected to develop occasionally between spells of rain, with the best of any drier weather remaining further southeast.

Confidence: Low to medium

Tuesday 24th April 2018

Low pressure moves through to the north of the U.K. while high pressure lies to the south and south-west, with a westerly airflow over the country.

Conditions are expected to be generally cloudy to the north and west, with spells of rain and showers moving through.

Cloudy elsewhere with some early showers clearing, with conditions becoming mostly dry with bright spells in the south during the day.

Confidence: Low to medium

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