May 15, cold with sunny spells : UK weather forecast for tomorrow
Welcome to the UK weather channel. The beginning of the upcoming week is preparing for us some colder conditions. Which areas tomorrow will be affected the most? Let's check the latest weather update for Monday, May 15.
Morning weather forecast.
It is going to be a pretty chilly Monday morning in Scotland, North East England, and Northern Ireland. Temperatures in Glasgow, Newcastle, and Belfast will barely reach the low-double digits.
Light spring rain could reach some eastern parts of the UK, early in the morning. A dry and bright start to another May week, across North West England, Wales, and southern areas. But compared to Sunday, it will feel a bit colder. People of Manchester, Cardiff, and Plymouth probably seeing the highest temperature is 13, possibly 14 degrees.
Afternoon and evening weather forecast.
Further outbreaks of rain are expected in North East England, East of England, and parts of Scotland. Better take an umbrella, if you are heading outside during the second half of the day.
Cloudy, changing to sunny intervals elsewhere. However, spring sunshine will struggle to lift the temperature above 13 degrees in Northern Ireland and North West England. A bit warmer across South East England, Wales, and southern areas. The temperature in Southampton, Cardiff, and Bristol is more widely in the mid-teens: around 15 or 16 Celsius.
And what about the London weather?
Rain early in the morning. There will be some clouds around, but much of the day it will be dry and bright spells. Temperatures getting to highs of around 15 or 16 Celsius.
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