The weather is going to be the same as during Tuesday, with setteld conditions especially over England, instead overcast and some rainy conditions are expected over Wales, Scotland and Norther Ireland. However, the tropical maritime air mass is still causing mild conditions everywhere, with both minimum and maximum values above the average. In Fig1 is shown the satellite image of Tuesday afternoon. We can see how England has bright skies, instead Northern Ireland, Western Scotland and Wales see overcast conditions. However, this system will move north-eastward along the high pressure positioned over the Continent, thus it won’t affect the weather for many in the UK. In Figure2 is shown the synoptic chart for Wednesday.
Figure1. Satellite observation Tuesday afternoon (Sat24).
Figure2. Synoptic chart for Wednesday afternoon (MetOffice).
During the night showers are expected moving from Ireland towards Wales, Northern England and Scotland. However, only on western Scotland moderate rainfall is expected. In the morning, rainfall is moving north, with some showers still possible on Northern Wales and England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, bright conditions in the south. In the afternoon showers are expected only on Scotland and Northern Ireland, becoming less frequent by evening. Sunny, or partly cloudy, elsewhere.
The minimum temperatures will be everywhere between (8-13°C), instead the maximum will increase with values (11-15°C), though possible 15-17°C in north-eastern Scotland due to the winds blowing northward from the highlands (adiabatic effect).
Finally, the winds will be mostly southerly/south-westerly, light over England and Wales, instead moderate in Scotland and Northern Ireland and Irish Channel during all the day.