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Hello!

Big apologies for the late issue of this forecast, it’s been a little hectic here with much going on with Weather School.

Looking good for flying this weekend, although more cloud in the west.

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WEEKEND WEATHER FORECAST
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Issued: 1300 hrs, Friday 13th July 2018

SATURDAY
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Fronts affecting the west of Scotland and western Ireland on Saturday. These producing low cloud and some outbreaks of rain, most of it light. The warm front passing east is a weak feature and will bring high cloud.
Most areas are expected to be dry with good spells of sunshine.
Winds variable 10-15kt (F3 occ F4) in the south in the afternoon. Mainly SW 12-16kt (F4-F5) in western Scotland and Ireland.
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SUNDAY
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Very little change on Sunday with front to the west. This gives further outbreaks of rain in western Scotland and western Ireland.
There may be some cloud and a few spots of rain drifting into the Isle of Man and northwest England too.
Elsewhere a dry day with good spells of sunshine and very little change through the day.
Winds mainly SW 12-16kt (F4) but variable 12-18kt (F4-F5) in the south in sea breezes.
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