The weather today has been foggy and cloudy for many, though with no rainfall. However, from tomorrow the weather will change, with brighter skies, less humidity and cooler temperatures especially in England.

This is caused by a colder air mass (continental) coming from eastern Europe/Russia which will lead to a decrease in  temperature in both central-eastern Europe and north Mediterranean region. The UK will be set between the milder air on the west positioned on the Atlantic and Spain, and the colder air coming from the east (Figure1). In fact the winds will blow from the east especially in England, instead they will be still southerly over Scotland.

Figure1. Synoptic chart for tomorrow afternoon (Met Office).

The change in the wind will cause less clouds mostly everywhere, especially from late morning. Only in Scotland and Northern Ireland, overcast conditions might be still possible in the afternoon, though with no rain.

The temperatures will decrease, with minimum values observed during late evening especially on the west (Wales, Cornwall) and Scotland/Northern Ireland. In the morning values between (5-12°C) everywhere, with cooler values on the east of England. The maximum temperatures will decrease slightly as well with values between (8-12°C) mostly everywhere.

Finally, the winds will be mostly easterly in England (moderate in the English Channel), instead still southerly/south-easterly in Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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I am Edoardo and I am passionate about weather analysis and forecasing. I would like to share my knowledge and to learn more with others (both International and Italian community).

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