British summer seems to be coming to a cloudy end as yet another grey day is forecast for Wednesday.
It’s not all doom and gloom though with certain areas in Scotland, Northern Ireland and the north and west of the country expecting some sunshine before the day is done.
In central and eastern parts of England, the sporadic light showers of the past few days are due to make a reappearance but they promise to be brief, with only a few millimetres of rain falling at each location.
What is the UK weather forecast?
Things are looking overcast but dry in most parts of the country and temperatures will range from 9 to 18 Celcius throughout Wednesday.
People in Scotland, Northern Ireland, the north west of England and Merseyside can expect to enjoy the little sunshine Britain will see over the course of the day.
Central and Eastern parts of the country, particularly Yorkshire and Staffordshire, may encounter some wet weather, but the showers should remain light.
On Wednesday morning temperatures in the UK will be vary between 9 and 14 Celsius, with Glasgow seeing the coolest start to the day and London seeing the warmest.
There’ll be some sun to begin with in Western Scotland and along the Cornish coast but it’s grey skies across the board for everywhere else.
In Scotland, the sunshine hangs around well into the Afternoon spreading westwards to Northern Ireland.
Although it remains cloudy elsewhere, temperatures will rise all over the country peaking at a lovely 20 Celsius in Londonderry and Glasgow.
The warmest bits of England will be around Plymouth, Southampton, Liverpool and Preston where temperatures are set to reach 19 Celsius.
Elsewhere things remain between a mild 17 and 18 Celsius everywhere apart English northeast (Tyneside specifically) and the Scottish Highlands where temperatures won’t surpass 15 Celsius.
As the day comes to a close the sunny weather spreads a little bit more southwards reaching the West Midlands and northwest of England by 7pm.
In the south, certain spots along the coast will see the sun too including Plymouth and Bristol and a few rays may also peak out near London and the south east.
After an otherwise cloudy day there will be some sun in North Wales as well before the day is done.
As the sun sets temperatures will average out between 14 and 16 Celsius.
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