1 - High pressure stays in control of conditions through this weekend over the UK and Ireland.
2 - This brings largely dry & settled conditions.
3 - Some cloud develops at times but it stays mostly dry. There is a risk of some drizzle in southern Ireland on Saturday and for
1 - Staying dry & fine for most on Monday. Cloudier with outbreaks of rain for Ireland, Northern Ireland and western Scotland.
2 - A front brings cloud and increasingly light and patchy outbreaks of rain to Ireland, Scotland, northern England and north Wales on Tuesday. Cooler here but milder
On Saturday, the sustained wind speeds associated with Super Typhoon Surigae in the Northwest Pacific were estimated at a whopping 155 knots - that's almost 180 miles per hour. This makes Surigae the strongest tropical cyclone on record in the month of April.
The super typhoon makes for an impressive satellite