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Since the UK is always in or close to the path of the polar front jet stream, frequent changes in pressure and unsettled weather are typical.Many types of weather can be experienced in a single day.South and south-east of England are the least exposed to Polar air masses from the north-west, and on occasion see continental tropical air mass from the south, which brings warm dry air in the summer.If the air masses are strong enough in their respective areas during the summer, there can sometimes be a large difference in temperature between the far north of Scotland (including the Islands) and south-east of England – often a difference of 10–15 °C (18-27 °F) but sometimes of as much as 20 °C (36 °F) or more.Wales is wetter throughout the year than Northern Ireland and England, but has fewer rainy days than Northern Ireland; meaning that rainfall tends to be more intense.

Northern Ireland and the west of Scotland are the most exposed to the maritime polar air mass which brings cool moist air; the east of Scotland and north-east England are more exposed to the continental polar air mass which brings cold dry air.

Sunshine totals in every month are more than those of Scotland, but less than those of the rest of Great Britain.

Northern Ireland is drier and has fewer rainy days than Scotland throughout the year, except in May, when it rains on more days.

Sunshine totals throughout the year are more than that of Scotland and Northern Ireland, but less than that of neighbouring England. As the sun rises higher in the sky and the days get longer, temperatures slowly rise, but the solar effect is mitigated somewhat by the effect of the cool ocean waters and westerly winds that blow across them.

There is a fair chance of snow earlier in the season when temperatures are colder - often in March.