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Hi All,

Hope the Easter weekend was a good one for you.

High pressure is staying with us through this coming weekend, main issues I see are visibility and cloud amounts.

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Have good one,

Issued: 0900 Friday 134th April 2007

SATURDAY ( see http://www.wetterzentrale.de/pics/Rtavn541.png and http://www2.wetter3.de/Fax/bracknell+60.gif )
High pressure over southern Sweden is going to be extending a ridge westwards through the UK and Ireland.
There will be some cloud around through the morning, mainly over eastern and southern England. Misty here too, and hazy inland. There will be little change through the course of the day, although the cloud should break. Visibility will always be moderate, perhaps poor in places, with a chance of fog on the coasts.
Further north and west it is likely to be a brighter day. Sunshine here, although a risk of a shower over the Welsh Mountains and parts of Northern Ireland later in the day. Moderate visibility and rather hazy.
Winds will be S-Se 5-10kt (F2-F3) through Scotland and Ireland, becoming SE-E, perhaps even NE in East Anglia, 8-12kt (F3) elsewhere.

SUNDAY ( see http://www.wetterzentrale.de/pics/Rtavn781.png and http://www2.wetter3.de/Fax/bracknell+84.gif )
A slack pressure flow through the country again on Sunday, with pressure remaining high. A cold front will be moving into the west of Scotland later, but will be weakening all the time. A weak trough is expected through northwest England and north Wales.
Variable amounts of cloud again and rather hazy with a chance of morning mist. The cloud will break allowing a very warm day for many with sunny spells, although staying hazy with moderate visibility. The heat of the day could set off a few showers over Wales and the northwest. Thicker cloud associated with the cold front will be moving into western Scotland later bringing a risk of rain here.
Winds variable, 1-5kt (F1-F2) but sea breezes developing. Mainly W-SW 5-10kt (F2-F3) through western Ireland, northern and western Scotland.


Simon Keeling MSc (Appld. Met. & Climatology), FRMetS
The Weather Centre
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