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After a bright start in places, it will be a mostly dry but rather cloudy day. The odd spot of drizzle is possible, mainly in the north. Feeling rather cool in the north to northwesterly breeze. Maximum Temperature 14C.
Most places will have a dry night. It will stay rather cloudy in the west, although some clearer spells should develop towards the east. Mild. Minimum Temperature 9C.
It will be largely dry on Tuesday. The morning could well be rather cloudy, although the afternoon should see some bright or sunny spells. Maximum Temperature 16C.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Wednesday will be mostly dry and bright, but it will turn wet and windy later. Brighter skies will return with sunshine and blustery showers at the end of the week.
Updated at: 0221 on Mon 25 May 2015
Northern and eastern areas will have sunny spells, although the north of Scotland will also see scattered showers. Elsewhere some brightness but thicker cloud with light rain or drizzle affecting parts of Northern Ireland, Wales and westernmost England.
Southeast Scotland and eastern parts of England will have clear spells. Elsewhere there will be more in the way of cloud, giving a few showers in the north and west.
Northern and western Scotland and parts of Northern Ireland mostly cloudy with showers. The rest of the British Isles will be largely dry with bright or sunny spells developing.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Wednesday morning will be bright, with showers in the north. Wet and windy weather will spread eastwards across Britain later, clearing to sunshine and blustery showers for Thursday and Friday.
Updated at: 0201 on Mon 25 May 2015
UK Outlook for Saturday 30 May 2015 to Monday 8 Jun 2015:
The transition from May into June is expected to be unsettled, with spells of rain interspersed by drier, brighter and more showery interludes. It may be rather windy, particularly in the northwest, with the bulk of the rainfall also here. Southern and eastern areas look best placed for the driest, brightest weather. Temperatures are likely to be below average in the northwest, but near average further south and east. Into the first week of June unsettled conditions are considered likely to continue in the northwest, with slightly below average temperatures, but more settled, warmer, conditions may start to dominate in the southeast. Towards the weekend these warmer more settled conditions look likely to spread to most of the country although perhaps with a risk of showers in the south.
UK Outlook for Tuesday 9 Jun 2015 to Tuesday 23 Jun 2015:
There still remains some uncertainty in the likely weather type through this period. There is, however, a signal for higher pressure to become established to the north of the UK until the middle of June. This would lead to drier, warmer conditions for many, these perhaps most prolonged in the north, but it may also allow some more unsettled, perhaps thundery, weather to move up from continental Europe and affect the south of the country. As we head into the third week of June there is a chance that similar conditions may persist with drier than average conditions in the north, however some unsettled spells are also likely at times.
Updated at: 1236 on Mon 25 May 2015
Location: 52.4859, -1.889
Altitude: 120m above mean sea level