Fair Across Scotland, Rain & Showers Clearing To Sunny Spells England & Wales

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Monday 1st September 2014: Mainly Dry, Variable Amounts of Cloud & Sunny Spells Across Scotland. Elsewhere Patchy Rain Will Spread South Across England and Wales, Clearing Northern England Through The Morning and later in the Afternoon Across Southern Parts. South East Likely to Hold Onto The Unsettled Conditions.

High pressure from the Azores continues its attempt at trying to nudge and pulse into England, Scotland and Wales. Slight complication arises courtesy of a weak weather front associated with ex-hurricane Cristobal which is forecast to move steadily South East across much of England and Wales during the day.

Starting with the good news. It will be mainly dry with variable amounts of scattered fair-weather cloud and some pleasant sunny spells across much of Scotland. Maybe the slight risk of the odd patch of light rain or a light shower early in the morning, but generally a pleasant day.

Elsewhere across England and Wales it will be rather cloudy to start the day with patchy rain moving steadily South, clearing from Northern England around late morning before clearing much of Southern England and Wales by the middle of the afternoon.

Following on behind the rather dull, drizzly and generally nondescript weather across England and Wales will be increasingly bright and sunny weather, and it will feel warm when the sun gets to work.

UV levels are on the rise this week as the sunshine becomes a little more free and liberated, mainly Moderate for many areas – locally High still in the South.

Temperatures across England and Wales will not be too bad once the rain has passed through with a range of 17ºC to 22ºC, feeling rather warm in the sunshine as temperatures rise a little above average for the time of year.

It will feel a little cooler across Scotland with a range of 15ºC to 18ºC.

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