Fourteen Day Weather Forecast

The latest fourteen day weather forecast for the United Kingdom

Tuesday 23rd May 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Nil.

SUMMARY: Mainly dry and sunny, but with some scattered showers for the N and W.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: High pressure builds across the SW and S of the U.K. as low pressure to the NW gradually clears northwards, bringing in a more anticyclonic W’ly air mass over most areas.

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

WEATHER: Remaining dry for many areas through the day, with sunny spells, particularly across Central areas. Cloudier in the N and W with a few light showers or patchy spells of rain moving through.

TEMPERATURE: Above average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: High – 90%

Wednesday 24th May 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Fog Patches (SW).

SUMMARY: Remaining warm and sunny, though light showers continue to move over the N and W.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: High pressure becomes dominant across the SW and S of the U.K. as low pressure clears to the NE, maintaining a warm and settled anticyclonic airflow across many areas.

WINDS: W or SW moderate in the N, S or SE light in the S.

WEATHER: Often cloudy in the N and W with a mixture of bright spells and light showers, most frequent along windward coasts with spells of rain at times. Drier to the S however, with plenty of sunshine developing once any mist or fog disperses.

TEMPERATURE: Well above average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Medium to high – 80%

Thursday 25th May 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Risk of Thunder (Central and NW).

SUMMARY: Generally fine and settled, though with a risk of the odd shower and some thunder.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: High pressure remains dominant as it builds northwards across the U.K, while low pressure clears over Scandinavia, sustaining a warm anticyclonic airflow over most areas.

WINDS: E or SE light or moderate, veering S’ly in the W, light and variable in the N and NE.

WEATHER: Dry and sunny once overnight mist clears, with the best of the sunshine to the S and SW. Cloudier at times though with the risk of the odd shower during the day, especially along windward coasts and in the W, with a further risk of thunder developing in the afternoon.

TEMPERATURE: Well above average, particularly in the S and SE.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Medium to high – 70%

Friday 26th May 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Risk of Thunder (N and NW).

SUMMARY: Generally warm and sunny, though cloudier further N and W with risk of thundery showers.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: High pressure continues to dominate as it builds over the E of the U.K., while low pressure gradually develops over the Atlantic to the W and NW, sustaining a SE or S’ly airflow across many areas.

WINDS: SE or S light or moderate.

WEATHER: Generally dry and sunny with some prolonged sunshine developing over many S and Central areas. Cloudier further N and W though as showers continue to move through, heaviest and most frequent in the NW with perhaps a risk of thunder.

TEMPERATURE: Well above average, especially in the S and SE.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Medium – 65%

Saturday 27th May 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Risk of Thunder (NW and W).

SUMMARY: Remaining generally settled in most areas, but showery to the N and W.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: High pressure persists to the E of the U.K. as low pressure continues to develop across the Atlantic to the W and SW, maintaining an anticyclonic SE or S’ly air mass over much of the country.

WINDS: SE or S light or moderate, becoming NW in the far W.

WEATHER: Mostly cloudy across the N and W with showers or longer spells of rain moving through, perhaps turning thundery at times during the day. Mainly dry and sunny further S and E, especially to the SE.

TEMPERATURE: Well above average, particularly in the S and SE.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Medium – 55%

Sunday 28th May 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Risk of Thunder (NW).

SUMMARY: More unsettled across much of the country, though with sunshine and showers to the S and E.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: Low pressure becomes more influential over the W of the U.K. as high pressure to the E begins declining eastwards, producing a more unsettled S or SW’ly airflow across many areas.

WINDS: S or SW light or moderate.

WEATHER: Mostly cloudy as showers or spells of rain move over many areas, heaviest and most persistent in the W and NW with a risk of thunder in places. Drier to the S and E though, as sunny spells develop between light showers.

TEMPERATURE: Well above average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Medium – 50%

Mon 29th to Wed 31st May 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Nil.

SUMMARY: Rain and showers spread over many areas, though with plenty of sunshine to the S and SE.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: Low pressure moves into the NW of the U.K. while a ridge of high pressure builds eastwards to the S, introducing an unsettled W or SW’ly airflow over most areas.

WINDS: W or SW moderate, light to the S and SE.

WEATHER: Mostly cloudy or overcast as rain and showers move across the N and W, heaviest and most persistent in the NW. Drier further S and SE with plenty of sunshine developing, though with the risk of isolated showers at times.

TEMPERATURE: Above average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Low to medium – 45%

Thu 1st to Mon 5th June 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Nil.

SUMMARY: Still unsettled across many areas, though drier with some sunshine in the S.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: Low pressure tracks eastwards across the N of the U.K. while high pressure persists to the S and SW, maintaining an unsettled W’ly airflow across much of the country.

WINDS: NW or SW moderate, light to the S and SE.

WEATHER: Mostly cloudy as rain and showers continue to move through, heaviest and most frequent to the N and W. Drier and brighter across the S though, with sunny spells developing in between light showers.

TEMPERATURE: Above average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Low to medium – 40%

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