Weather - Ayrshire weather for the week ahead 16/01/17 - 20/01/17
Looking further ahead into next week and confidence regarding the general weather pattern is high, and that is for high pressure to build over the UK and then become the dominant feature of the weather.
As a result, a benign period of weather is expected across many areas of the UK next week, and this is in-keeping with the winter overall so far, with little in the way of any severe or active weather expected next week.
The position of the high pressure will mean that more northern and western areas of the UK, so Scotland and Ireland in particular, will be dominated by a rather cloudy and mild SW’ly air mass along the northern and western periphery of the high pressure, so some rather grey weather is expected here through next week. Across England and Wales though and there is a greater risk of cloud breaking with time and with some colder air filtering back in off the near Continent, not to the extent that was initially expected, but chilly days and some frost is likely.
Weather outlook by ADW&T
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday
A milder and mostly cloudy few days as high pressure moves over the uk. There will be some patchy light rain but not amounting to much with a lot of dry weather and highs across the board of 10c. Freshening southwesterly winds especially on Monday and Tuesday before turning a little milder again on Wednesday although remaining a risk of heavy isolated showers through the first half of the week.
Outlook for Thursday and Friday
As always going beyond 3 days leaves some uncertainty but latest charts are suggesting a rather calm and mild end to the week with little rain possibly making Friday the best day of the week