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  • UK 6-30 days

UK forecast for the next 5 days

Rain across eastern areas on Thursday. Drier elsewhere.

Today:

Cloud and occasionally heavy rain will affect many eastern areas, where it will feel cool. Drier, sunnier and warmer to the west of the rainband although cloud and light rain may affect Northern Ireland and western fringes through the afternoon.

Tonight:

Rain, locally thundery, continuing in the east, perhaps reaching some central areas with hill fog. Drier and clearer elsewhere but cloudier across the far west.

Friday:

Rain confined to eastern and central England where slowly easing but staying mainly cloudy. Further north and west, mainly dry and warm with sunny spells but rain reaching the northwest.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

Sunshine and showers for many, locally heavy and thundery, particularly in eastern parts. Rain across the west on Saturday reaching central areas on Sunday. Somewhat drier by Monday. Often warm.

Issued at: 0500 on Thu 10 Jul 2014

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Monday 14 Jul 2014 to Wednesday 23 Jul 2014:

Largely dry and bright on Monday, away from the southeast where outbreaks of rain continue for a time at first, and feeling fresher than on previous days. Rain arriving in the north and west later will spread eastwards overnight and into Tuesday, although the far southeast could stay warm and dry throughout. From Wednesday onwards, it will be generally unsettled with a mixture of sunny spells and showers, but also thicker cloud and longer spells of rain across northern and western parts, with near-normal temperatures. The best of any sunshine will remain in areas to the south and east, where it will feel humid and very warm at times, locally hot. However, there will also be a chance of some heavy, thundery showers.

UK Outlook for Thursday 24 Jul 2014 to Thursday 7 Aug 2014:

There are currently no strong signals concerning the most likely evolution during this period. As such the favoured scenario weather-wise for the latter part of July and first part of August is for conditions to be close to what is climatologically usual for the time of year. This suggests that northern and western parts will be most likely to be affected by spells of unsettled weather whilst southern, eastern and central regions have the best chance of more prolonged settled periods. Meanwhile, where the weather is fine daytime temperatures are likely to be above average leaving conditions feeling warm.

Issued at: 0500 on Thu 10 Jul 2014

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