Issued by the Met Office on 2017-05-01 at 04:00:00
Dry, occasionally bright. Easterly breezes.
The best of the bright and sunny conditions expected during the late morning and early afternoon, particularly across Argyll. Cloud tending to increase from the south late afternoon, but remaining dry. Winds easterly occasionally fresh in the Central Belt. Maximum Temperature 17C.
Rather cloudy, particularly across Glasgow and Lanarkshire, but staying dry. Best of the clear spells over Argyll and southern Ayrshire. Winds easing light, but staying quite mild. Minimum Temperature 6C.
Another dry day with occasional bright and sunny spells, though probably cloudiest across Lanarkshire. Feeling pleasant in the light easterly breezes. Maximum Temperature 17C.
High pressure will maintain dry and bright weather through the outlook period, with light to moderate east to northeast breezes. Cloud tending to increase for Friday, but again staying dry.
This period will begin mostly dry and fine with the best of the bright or sunny weather likely to be across the west and north-west. The far south may see some showers or longer spells of rain at times and it will continue to be fairly breezy, especially on exposed eastern coasts. Temperatures will be close to normal and it will feel warm in any sunshine, but along the east coast it will be rather cool. Thereafter, it is likely to turn cooler more widely for a time with the best of the dry and bright weather persisting in the west and a risk overnight frost in the north. However, by the end of the period it could gradually turn more unsettled and milder from the southwest.
As we head into the middle of May, it is more likely that drier than average conditions will continue. However there remains the possibility of some occasional wetter interludes, especially in the south and west. After a fairly cold start, temperatures are likely to become warmer with the chance that they could become very warm at times, particularly later in the month.
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