Wednesday’s UK weather forecast — a dry, bright day, warmer than lately but with a cooler east coast

Wednesday's UK weather forecast — a dry, bright day, warmer than lately but with a cooler east coast

MIST in the south melts away and patchy rain in the north eases to give way to a sunny morning. In the afternoon cloud comes in mainly in the east with the odd shower here and there. Overall a dry, bright day, warmer than lately with temperatures reaching into the high teens in the southeast, but with a cooler east coast.
Staying largely dry and getting more sunshine on Thursday. By Friday it will become much warmer, with very warm conditions in some southern and western areas, but still cooler near eastern coasts into the Easter weekend.
UK weather forecast for 7am on Wednesday April 17

UK weather forecast for 4pm on Wednesday April 17

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Weather forecast Wednesday April 17 – Remaining dry as temperatures rise
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THE second half of the Easter weekend will grow cooler, with rain breaking out and stronger winds spreading in from the northwest. Some southeastern parts to stay dry, bright and fairly warm especially through Sunday and at first on Monday.
Thereafter, for the remainder of April expect showers or longer spells of rain, as well as stronger winds at times. Despite this, all areas will see dry, bright spells with temperatures around average for the end of April.
As it often the case at this time of year, there may be some marked variations in temperature across the country.
UK surface pressure forecast for 12pm Wednesday

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