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This Evening and Tonight:
A bright evening with showers mostly dying out tonight. It will be a chilly night in places, with clear spells. Northwesterly winds light inland, but continuing moderate or fresh across southwest Argyll. Minimum Temperature 5°C.
Predominantly dry and bright with sunny intervals and light winds. Best of the sunshine in the west, becoming increasingly cloudy with very isolated patchy rain in the far west later. Maximum Temperature 16°C.
Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
Cloudy and breezy with a band of rain bringing some sharper bursts Friday. Sunshine and showers Saturday. Then a drier start on Sunday before further rain reaches the southwest later.
Updated at: 1608 on Wed 29 Jul 2015
It will be a largely fine and dry day with plenty of sunny spells, particularly in the south. Any showers most likely to be across eastern England and Northern Ireland. Feeling warmer than of late.
There'll be large areas of clear sky overnight, allowing temperatures to drop into single figures in places, feeling chilly. Cloud and showers spreading to many northern areas through the night.
Friday will be unsettled across Northern Ireland and Scotland, spreading to northern England and Wales through the day. Southern and eastern England remaining mostly dry and fine with sunny spells.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Showers will largely be confined to Scotland on Saturday with emphasis on fine and dry weather elsewhere. Sunday will be fine with temperatures increasing, rain spreading east on Monday.
Updated at: 0229 on Thu 30 Jul 2015
UK Outlook for Monday 3 Aug 2015 to Wednesday 12 Aug 2015:
A fine start in the east on Monday, but cloud and rain will spread erratically north and eastwards through the day. Isolated thunderstorms may also affect the far southeast for a time. Temperatures are likely to be above normal for many, and potentially very warm or hot in the southeast. Cloud and rain will clear through all but the far northeast by Tuesday, with much fresher, showery conditions developing behind. Thereafter, changeable conditions are likely to continue, with the north most likely to see more frequent spells of wind and rain, and southern areas seeing the best of any drier and settled weather. Temperatures are likely to be near or just below normal in the north, and most likely near normal in the south, however some warmer spells are possible.
UK Outlook for Thursday 13 Aug 2015 to Thursday 27 Aug 2015:
There are signals for a continuation of a north-south spilt in the weather during the middle of August. The north is likely to see the most frequent spells of wind and rain, with the best of the drier and more settled conditions in the south, although some outbreaks of rain are likely to reach here at times. Temperatures on the whole will be near or a little below average for the time of year, especially in the north, although in any settled spells of weather in the south temperatures may become rather warm at times.
Updated at: 1229 on Wed 29 Jul 2015
Location: 55.4535, -4.2645
Altitude: 110m above mean sea level