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Regional forecast for Yorkshire & Humber

Early rain clearing to afternoon sunny spells. Isolated showers possible.

Today:

Possibly a few outbreaks of rain at first, before easing away by midday. Clouds will then break, to some afternoon sunny spells. Whilst a few sharp showers could also develop, most places will have a dry end to the day. Maximum Temperature 20 °C.

Tonight:

Any isolated evening showers will soon ease away, leaving a dry overnight period and largely clear skies. This will lead to it feeling noticeably cooler than recent nights. Minimum Temperature 8 °C.

Saturday:

A dry and sunny start. Some cloud will then build during the day, bringing the risk of a few showers. However most places should remain dry with further sunny spells. Maximum Temperature 19 °C.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

Sunny spells, but also a few showers Sunday, with a cool breeze. Further sunshine and isolated showers Monday, but less breezy. Generally dry, sunny and perhaps feeling warmer Tuesday.

Updated at: 0337 on Fri 29 Jul 2016

UK forecast for the next 5 days

Rain sinking southwards with some showers later.

Today:

Rain across northern England and Wales will sink slowly southwards leaving sunshine and showers for most this afternoon. Some heavier showers are likely across the Midlands, towards East Anglia and in parts of Scotland too.

Tonight:

The showers will ease for many tonight, with some lingering in the northwest. There will be clear spells for most and it will feel cooler than recent nights.

Saturday:

Saturday will start off bright for most. There will be sunny spells through the afternoon but also a scattering of showers, which will be most frequent in the north.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

There'll be a mixture of sunshine and showers on Sunday and Monday. Tuesday will start off dry however we will see rain move in from the southwest later.

Updated at: 0200 on Fri 29 Jul 2016

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Tuesday 2 Aug 2016 to Thursday 11 Aug 2016:

After a chilly start in places on Tuesday, many will see a dry morning with bright or sunny spells, though there will also be a few showers around. By the end of the day rain will spread in from the west marking a return to more changeable conditions. There will likely be a mixture of further spells of rain spreading east, interspersed by drier and brighter periods through until mid August. Northwestern parts are most likely to see the heaviest rain and strongest winds, whereas the southeast is favoured for seeing the best of the drier and brighter weather. Temperatures at first are expected to be slightly below average, but as we move into the more changeable conditions, temperatures will generally average out around normal for the time of year.

Updated at: 1226 on Thu 28 Jul 2016

UK Outlook for Friday 12 Aug 2016 to Friday 26 Aug 2016:

The generally changeable conditions across much of the UK are likely to continue through the middle part of August. Further spells of rain are expected to push in from the west, interspersed with drier, brighter and warmer periods, but also with some showers. Northern and northwestern parts will generally see the wettest weather, with the south and southeast seeing the most lengthy dry and fine spells. Temperatures will probably average out around normal, with warmer weather in the more settled periods, but also some cooler days in any wind and rain.

Updated at: 1226 on Thu 28 Jul 2016