UK Forecast- October 27, 2020
A cooler day
A breezy day with showers in the west. The showers could be heavy at times over western coasts and hills with sunshine in limited supply here. Eastern areas should be brighter and drier, just an isolated shower here and there. The afternoon sees further showers, again most of these will be in the west but also through southern Eng;and. Northeast England and eastern Scotland as well as eastern Ireland will be brighter with sunny spells. Staying breezy for all. Highs at a cooler 9 to 12C.
Showers will be fading this evening and overnight from most areas. There will still be showers affecting western coast although most of these will be light. Becoming dry for other areas with some clearest skies developing. Rain and increased winds in Ireland and western Wales as well as southwest Wales by morning. Lows at 3 to 7C.
A fair start to the day in eastern parts of Scotland and eastern England with some bright or sunny spells here. Rain and cloud through Ireland, Wales and southwest England early in the morning, this then spreading east and north during the day. Wet in Scotland in the afternoon, heavy in the southwest. Damp in eastern England, although heavier rain in northwest England. Drizzle for southern England and Wales and staying rather cloudy. Staying wet in western Ireland. Staying breezy for all. Highs at 10 to 14C.
Another unsettled day on a Friday as a shallow area of low pressure crosses Ireland and the UK. This brings rain into Ireland and western parts of England and Wales through the morning, spreading eastwards through the afternoon although turning lighter and more patchy. East Anglia and southeast England may stay dry although always some drizzle along southern coasts. Scotland will have some rain in the south but most other parts will be drier with sunny spells, apart from a few showers on western coasts. Highs at 16C in much of southern and eastern England, 14C in northwest England and Wales, 10 to 12C in Scotland and Ireland.