Remaining fine, dry & settled
As we head into the new working week, things are set to remain fine, dry and settled across most parts of the country. This settled weather will also bring with it some colder evenings and foggier weather across parts of the country too. After a cold start with some early mist and fog patches in places on Monday morning, it will become largely fine and dry across most parts, with some prolonged periods of warm sunshine on offer for many.
Tuesday will also be very similar in nature to Monday, although possibly a little cooler. After another cold start with further mist and fog patches in places on Tuesday morning, it will also become largely fine and settled across most parts thereafter, with some decent periods of sunshine on offer once again across the UK.
Wednesday will remain relatively dry and settled across most parts, after some further early mist and fog patches in places. There will also be some decent periods of sunshine on offer throughout Wednesday too. However, as we progress throughout Wednesday and into Thursday, we may initially see more of an increase in cloudiness across parts of Scotland and northern England. This will hamper any prolonged periods of sunshine in these parts, although elsewhere should remain relatively pleasant for this time of the year, before turning much colder than of late across most parts as we head into next weekend.
James Madden (UK Long Range Forecaster)
Published: Sunday 25th March 2012Content copyright © 2010-2012. Exacta Weather. All rights reserved.