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This Evening and Tonight:
Any remaining showers across Argyll soon die out this evening to leave some late sunshine. Then dry overnight with clear spells although low cloud and mist will spread west across northern Lanarkshire and the Glasgow area through the early hours. Minimum Temperature 7 °C.
A bright day with some good spells of warm sunshine developing. Cloud will bubble up through the morning with some heavy showers developing, mainly to the north of Glasgow. Maximum Temperature 20 °C.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:
Mainly dry and settled with clear or warm sunny spells through the coming days, although Tuesday night may be cloudier with patchy rain. Occasionally fresh northeasterly breeze.
Updated at: 1659 on Sun 29 May 2016
Early low cloud will gradually retreat to North Sea coasts to leave many with a fine day, particularly in the west. A few showers may affect western Scotland and in the south-east it will be cloudier and breezier.
Daytime showers will ease clear spells for many. Cloudier and breezier conditions will continue to spread in with outbreaks of rain in the south-east, turning heavier later.
Rain and stronger winds will continue to edge westwards with some locally heavy bursts in the east; much cooler here. Further west it will remain dry with some warm sunshine.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Unsettled on Wednesday with cloud and rain at times, but drier in the north-west. Gradually becoming drier elsewhere to give a settled end to the week, although cloudier at times.
Updated at: 0102 on Mon 30 May 2016
UK Outlook for Friday 3 Jun 2016 to Sunday 12 Jun 2016:
This period starts with high pressure to the northwest of the UK and lower pressure to the southeast. This will bring generally dry, settled weather to most areas, especially the north and west, where it will be warm. Easterly winds will be frequent feature and they may become brisk, at times, in eastern coastal areas, bringing cloud, mist and patchy drizzle from the North Sea, making it cooler here. For the south, where pressure will generally be lower, it may be humid and cloudy at times with a risk of showers and perhaps thunder. By mid-week conditions may start to become unsettled from the southwest, with showers or longer spells of rain trying to push in. Temperatures then becoming slightly cooler in the west but warmer for the east coast.
Updated at: 1224 on Sun 29 May 2016
UK Outlook for Monday 13 Jun 2016 to Monday 27 Jun 2016:
Perhaps starting mainly dry in the east and northeast, with the west seeing some rain or showers at times. Then unsettled weather soon becoming prevalent in the northwest, with showers or longer spells of rain interspersed by drier brighter interludes. Meanwhile warmer drier more settled conditions are favoured in the south and east, although rain or showers may still feature at times.
Updated at: 1226 on Sun 29 May 2016
Location: 55.87, -5.42
Altitude: 144.0 m above mean sea level