UK weather forecast for tomorrow, April 30: heavy rain and thunders?
Welcome to the UK weather channel. On the last day of April, rain will spread across the UK, bringing the risk of thunderstorms.
According to the current weather warnings, flood alerts have been updated. Flooding is still possible on the River Whitewater and River Hart. Please always monitor local water levels and weather warnings.
Now, let's check the latest weather update for tomorrow, April 30.
Morning weather forecast.
We will definitely see some bands of rain on Sunday morning, particularly across Northern Ireland, Scotland, and northern parts of England. Belfast will be hit with spring thunderstorms at mid-day.
A cloudy, but dry start of the day is expecting West Midlands and East of England, with further outbreaks of rain, in Birmingham and Coventry. Temperature around 15 or 16 Celsius for most places before noon.
Rain drifting slowly in Wales. Fairly cloudy with rain at times, to southern England. Light winds from the south and southeast, won't be bothering you.
Afternoon and evening weather forecast.
Rain and showers, heavy in places, will continue affecting parts of Northern Ireland, Scotland, and North East England. Though some brightness too. Temperatures in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Newcastle, and Belfast should stay around 13 or 14 Celsius before sunset.
Rainy spring weather, changing to sunny, across North West England and West Midlands. People of Liverpool and Manchester should better take an umbrella, before heading outside in the evening.
There will be some clouds above Wales and southern England, however, showers are not expected as we go through the afternoon. Temperatures in Cardiff, Southampton and Bristol getting to highs of around 14 or 16 Celsius.
And what about the London weather on the last day of April?
Staying cloudy, but warm, during the whole Sunday. The daily temperature will jump to 17 Celsius.
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