Much Improved, Settled, Fine & Bright – Feeling Warmer. Rain Into Western Scotland PM

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Sunday 31st August 2014: Mainly Dry, Variable Amounts of Fair-Weather Cloud & Sunny Spells – Feeling Warm in the Sun Across England and Wales. Cloud Thickens Across Western Scotland In The Afternoon With Rain Spreading In.

An area of high pressure from the Azores will build into England, Scotland and Wales. Ex Hurricane Cristobal will introduce weak weather fronts into Western Scotland later in the afternoon.

A mainly dry and settled day with variable amounts of fair-weather cloud and some good sunny spells. Feeling rather pleasant in the sunshine, especially across England and Wales.

Cloud will tend to lower and thicken across Northern and Western Scotland during the early afternoon with rain expected to move in by late afternoon, the heaviest rain likely to be initially confined to Western-most Scotland.

In the sunshine across England and Wales it will feel rather warm with a temperature range of 17ºC to 21ºC, not bad at all.

Under a slightly cooler airmass across Scotland it will feel a little cooler with a temperature range of 14ºC to 17ºC.

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