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Hi All,

Low pressure is in for the weekend, so it won't appear much like summer!

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Issued: 0700 Thursday 14th June 2007

FRIDAY ( see http://www.wetterzentrale.de/pics/Rtavn361.png and http://www2.wetter3.de/Fax/bracknell+36.gif )
A complex area of low pressure will be affecting most of the country on Friday, and will be centred through the south. An occluded front lies through Northern Ireland and northern England. High pressure north of Scotland. very little change in the distribution of fronts and pressure systems through the day, except troughs will pass eastwards across Wales and England.
Low cloud and rain continuing to affect much of central Ireland, this turning more showery in the south. Cloud and rain too for northern England, and some of this is likely to be heavy in places with fog on the hills.
Southwest England and Wales will have heavy showers in the morning, these turning to more persistent rain as the fronts pass eastwards. For the rest of England it will be a murky start, one or two showers and some mist. However, the heavy showers will soon pass through in the afternoon, possibly turning to longer spells of rain with a risk of thunderstorms, these fading in the evening.
For central and northern Scotland the day will be drier, with some sunny spells coming through. Breezy in the north.
Winds will be cyclonic 5-10kt (F2-F3) over much of southern England and Wales, more E-NE 15-20 occ 25kt in the north (F4-F5 occ F6).

SATURDAY ( see http://www.wetterzentrale.de/pics/Rtavn601.png and http://www2.wetter3.de/Fax/bracknell+60.gif )
Low pressure becomes centred over northern England on Saturday, with associated occluded front passing south through Ireland, Wales and southern England, weakening as it does so. Another part of the occlusion passes north into eastern Scotland.
Fair conditions for the far south and southeast of England at first, with some sunny spells. However, showers will be developing in the afternoon, some of them heavy, although far south-eastern coasts may avoid the worst of these. More unsettled for Wales and western England through the morning with heavy showers and rain, some of the showers thundery at times. It may become brighter in the afternoon as the occlusion and trough clear east.
Northern England has another unsettled day. More rain to come here, but it should slowly become more drizzly through the day, and perhaps turning brighter in the northwest. Hill fog continues to be a problem. Heavier rain could occur in the morning with a risk of thunder, this still affecting the northeast in the afternoon.
For eastern and southern Scotland cloud increases bringing rain here.Much of the north and west will be breezy but brighter. Turning brighter for Ireland, apart from a few heavy showers forming in the afternoon.
Winds Mainly SW 15-18kt (F4-F5) through southern England and Wales, becoming NW10-15kt (F3-F4) behind the occluded front. N-NE 15-20kt (F5) over Scotland, perhaps 25kt (F6) in the east. Cyclonic over northern England.

SUNDAY ( see http://www.wetterzentrale.de/pics/Rtavn841.png and http://www2.wetter3.de/Fax/bracknell+84.gif )
The low pressure drifts into the North Sea on Sunday, with a slack pressure flow affecting most of the country.
Still some residual patchy rain left through eastern Scotland and northern England on Sunday, this only clearing slowly in the afternoon. Expect visibility to be reduced further here by mist and fog patches.
Drier elsewhere, with a few bright spells over Ireland, Wales and central England as well as western Scotland. The cloud thickens through southwest England in the later afternoon, bringing rain to Cornwall and Devon as well as the far south of Ireland by the evening.
Winds will be variable about 5-10kt (F3).