WEATHER WEEK AHEAD: Monday, the tenth of April – Sunday, the sixteenth of WEATHER WEEK AHEAD.
Welcome to the United Kingdom seven-day weather forecast.
What does the upcoming week prepare for us? According to BBC Weather, from Monday rain will spread across the UK. Some heavy showers could even bring a risk of isolated thunderstorms. Rainy conditions will remain during mid-week, additionally, strong and gusty winds are possible. Such unsettled weather is promising bands of rain over the weekend. Despite that, temperatures should stay near or a little above the April average.
BBC weather alerts about the yellow warning of wind on Tuesday and Wednesday. The areas affected are London and South East England, North West England, South West England, Northern Ireland, and Wales.
So, let's compare the 7-day trend in different parts of the United Kingdom. Here is the forecast for the week ahead: from Monday, the tenth of April, to Sunday, the sixteenth of April.
Starting from the northern cities. Thunderstorms will affect Aberdeen on the first days of the upcoming week. Daily temperatures are around 6 Celsius, turning into zero on Thursday night, bringing the risk of overnight frost.
Another rainy week in Edinburgh. The daily temperature will suddenly drop from 12 Celsius to 8 Celsius. Stable 2 Celsius at night. However, it will get much warmer on weekends.
According to the latest forecasts, rain won't stop in Glasgow during the 7-day period. It sounds like a good idea to bring along your umbrella so that you don't get caught in such poor weather.
And how long will the rain last in Newcastle? Well, at least for six starting days. Nevertheless, short-term sunny spells are also possible during the working week. The daily temperature will fall below 10 Celsius but should reach the low-double digits closer to weekends.
What about the Northern Ireland weather? Heavy showers will reach Belfast, though there will be some April sunshine at mid-week. Such unsettled conditions will stay till the end of this week.
People of Hull will definitely see a lot of rain. Heavy showers and gusty winds are possible on Wednesday, the thirteenth of April. A bit warmer, but still rainy over the weekends.
Showers across Liverpool, some of them heavy, will stop only by Sunday. The daily temperature should increase from 13 Celsius to 16 Celsius. Local people will be disturbed by gusty winds in mid-week.
A similar situation is expected in Manchester. Bands of rain will be interspersed with scattered showers. Sunday – the warmest day of the week with a pretty high temperature of 17 Celsius.
Norwich will suffer from soaking rain. However, the sun will show up during the first half of the week. Daily temperatures should stay around the April average: between 11 and 16 Celsius.
Heavy showers will affect Birmingham, bringing the risk of thunderstorms on Monday. The temperature varies between 9 and 16 degrees during the whole week.
The seven-day weather forecast is promising rainy conditions for Oxford. Better take an umbrella if you are heading outside and if you have any plans for the weekends – keep up to date with the forecasters.
Looks like April is preparing a lot of rain for London as well. Be ready for some heavy showers during this week. The highest day: 17 Celsius, and the lowest day: 10 Celsius.
Many places in Wales are quickly turning rainy this week. Showers will come as no surprise in Cardiff. The daily temperature will drop to 9 Celsius on Wednesday, increasing to 14 on Sunday.
Rain will spread across southern England as well. People of Southampton should better use an umbrella. Daily temperatures ranging from highs of 10 Celsius to 14 Celsius.
Showers, locally heavy, will continue to affect Plymouth. However, daily temperatures should stay in the low-double digits for 7 days.
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