Hot with sunny spells and a humid feel in generally light winds. There is a chance of localised torrential downpours breaking out in later on, more likely in the north and west, with a risk of hail and thunder. Maximum Temperature 32°C.
Isolated thundery showers should continue north in the evening to leave a dry but close remainder of the night as winds fall light. Minimum Temperature 17°C.
Starting fine, giving way to cloudier conditions and perhaps some showery rain for a time. Sunny spells should again develop later, in another warm afternoon. Maximum Temperature 24°C.
Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
Warm with sunshine Friday, giving way to a close night broken by rain and thundery showers into Saturday. Fresher with some sunshine Saturday afternoon, with Sunday then dry and fine.
Updated at: 0241 on Wed 01 Jul 2015
Many parts will enjoy a fine day with sunny spells. Despite this, isolated thunderstorms may develop, mainly across central and western parts and perhaps becoming more widespread across northern England and Scotland later. Widely hot but locally very hot.
Thunderstorms across northern areas moving north, clearing most parts by dawn. Largely dry and clear elsewhere before thundery showers push north across some southern areas later. Warm and muggy.
Overnight showery rain, possibly thundery, transferring east through the day. Drier elsewhere but with locally heavy showers across northern parts. Less hot for most but staying warm or very warm.
Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
Friday, fine and becoming very warm with thundery outbreaks later. Saturday, storms easing with clearer fresher weather following. Sunday, largely fine but with showers across northwestern and possibly southeastern areas.
Updated at: 0218 on Wed 01 Jul 2015
UK Outlook for Sunday 5 Jul 2015 to Tuesday 14 Jul 2015:
Many places will have a dry morning on Sunday, with sunny spells. However, some showers may develop during the afternoon, mainly in the north and the west. Temperatures will generally be near or just above average, though perhaps still very warm in the southeast. From the new working week onwards, there is an increasing risk of some rain spreading into the west and northwest at times, but most places look to stay mainly fine and dry, especially in the far south and southeast. Temperatures will remain near or slightly above average for many, though the very warm and humid conditions could perhaps return to the south and southeast at times, accompanied by some heavy showers or thunderstorms.
UK Outlook for Wednesday 15 Jul 2015 to Wednesday 29 Jul 2015:
Many southern and central parts of the UK are likely to be mainly dry, often with fine, warm conditions. Towards the north and northwest there is more of a risk of seeing spells of more unsettled weather, however any periods of rain may well be less frequent than normal with some good periods of dry weather expected here as well. Temperatures are likely to be near or a little above average in the northwest, but in the southeast it will be very warm for the time of year, and could possibly become hot at times. With these warmer temperatures there is a continued low risk of occasional thundery outbreaks, especially in the southeast.
Updated at: 1226 on Tue 30 Jun 2015