UK weather forecast for tomorrow 23/04/2023
Welcome to the UK weather channel. On Sunday night overnight frost is possible not just in Scotland and Northern Ireland, but also in southern areas and Wales. Such changeable weather could even lead to wintry showers.
According to the current weather warnings, flood alerts have been updated. Flooding is possible on the Tidal Thames riverside, Tyne and Wear coast, Lower River Hull, River Whitewater, River Hart, and others. Please always monitor local water levels and weather warnings.
Now, let's check the latest weather update for tomorrow, April 23.
Morning weather forecast.
Spring rain will be moving into northern Scotland, eastern and southern parts of the UK since early morning. Some heavy showers are expected in Aberdeen, Cambridge, and Bournemouth.
Cloudy elsewhere, however, the chance of precipitation remains in Northern Ireland and North West England. Better take an umbrella if you are heading outside.
On Sunday, April 23, winds will become more northerly, so it could feel chillier. The temperature could struggle to reach the low double digits before noon. A bit warmer across eastern England: around 12 or 13 Celsius.
Afternoon and evening weather forecast.
Later on that day northerly winds will be pushing showers into central areas, reaching West Midlands and South Yorkshire. As a result, rainy April weather in Leeds, Sheffield, and Birmingham through the afternoon.
Spring showers continuing till evening in eastern Scotland, East of England, London, and South East England. There will be some persistent rain across Aberdeen, Oxford, Norwich, and Cambridge.
For many southern areas and Wales, it is going to be largely sunny. However, April sunshine will not be able to lift the temperature above 11 Celsius in Cardiff and Plymouth.
And what about the London weather? Showers, locally heavy, will stop only by night. Temperatures stay between 8 Celsius to 10 Celsius during the whole of Sunday. Feeling quite chilly because of the northerly winds.
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