Laura's weather blog: Change is ahead

This weekend

Friday is the day of change. We still have our weather front in the northwest keeping it cloudy with patchy rain, we’ll also have a weather front approaching from the southwest. The two will do a pincer movement this weekend coming together and bringing rain to all of us at some point.

Friday will still be warm and sunny for eastern Scotland, plus many central and eastern areas of England, with temperatures reaching 20-21C. Ireland, Wales and southwest England will become cloudier and cooler with outbreaks of rain. Northwest Scotland will still be cloudy with patchy rain.

All change!

We’ve had an amazing week of weather. High pressure has dominated keeping the weather fine and settled. Sunshine returned, after a cool and cloudy blip at the weekend. Scotland had their warmest day of the year so far - 21.2C at Drumnadrochit - and Northern Ireland too at 20.1C in Castlederg. There were a few negatives, an onshore flow in the south and more especially the east bringing low cloud and fog on shore keeping it cool and grey, plus a weather front in northwest Scotland for much of the week. This weekend, high-pressure retreats and low pressures returns from the Atlantic bringing cloudier, wetter and cooler weather for all of us.

Laura's forecast: Thursday 23 April

We've had stunning sunshine over the last few days but the weather is slowly changing with a lot more cloud and some outbreaks of rain.

Check out Laura Tobin's forecast for more details on the weather in your area.

Take a look at Laura's look ahead for this week

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A chilly start but warmer weather remains

Laura brings us today's weather and its more good news. Although we may have slightly chilly starts, the weather will continue to be warm and bright for the next few days.

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