The latest weather forecast.
Browse content similar to 03/04/2014. Check below for episodes and series from the same categories and more!
north`east. More sunshine than we had today. That is the way the
weather looks. Now the had today. That is the way the
weather looks. Now the latest on the pesky pollution.
Good evening. They say a change of air is good for you and that is what
we have on the way. The brush that will sweep away all of the air
pollution is a weather system developing in the Atlantic. The
Atlantic implements very much across the UK from the next few days --
over the next few days. Cleaner air from the Atlantic. Ringing rain as
well. That is also good because it tends to wash the particles out of
the air. We have seen that happening today with fairly heavy rain at
times across parts of Wales and south-west England. It will continue
north through tonight. Quite wet and mystique across northern England. --
quite misty. Pretty mild. Maybe staying in double figures in the
South. A fairly great start for most of us tomorrow. Damp and dismal
across eastern Scotland -- a fairly grey start. Otherwise, many places
will manage to brighten up. Northern Ireland is looking better for the
afternoon. A bit of C -- Sea mist. Winds turning offshore, pushing away
and picking temperatures up. Further south, the key thing tomorrow, look
at the wind direction, coming in from the south-west. It will start
to push the pollution out into the North Sea. Fairly slow process
because the winds light. The winners will pick up into Saturday a little
and rather unsettled. Outbreaks of rain moving in. That sets the theme
for the weekend. Fairly fresh breeze, coming from the South or
south-west, bringing outbreaks of rain at times for most of us.
Saturday, the further east, the better the chance of staying dry
with brightness and turning a bit milder. Full eastern Scotland as
well. -- for eastern Scotland. The next weather system looking more
active. More isobars on the chart. Outbreaks of rain, possibly heavy
across parts of England and Wales and Scotland. Drier and brighter
conditions pushing in from the west. Still miles.