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Good sunny spells developing through a dry morning with light winds. Some isolated showers developing from Inverness northwards this afternoon and cloud increasing to bring patchy rain to the southern end of the Great Glen. Maximum Temperature 18°C.
Cloud thickening from the south as showers or longer spells of rain spread gradually from the southern end of the Great Glen, to bring a dull unsettled start to Tuesday. Minimum Temperature 12°C.
Showers, occasionally heavy with thunder, and merging to longer periods of rain in the north from afternoon. Best of the limited brighter spells in eastern Lochaber. Maximum Temperature 15°C.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Feeling unseasonal with showers and brisk northerly winds on Wednesday. Showers and winds both lighter for Thursday. A bright start to Friday but rain expected later.
Updated at: 0442 on Mon 06 Jul 2015
Turning wet and breezy from the southwest, with some locally heavy rain across western hills. East and southeast England and north and east Scotland will be mostly dry with some sunshine, although isolated showers are possible in northern Scotland later.
Patchy rain in the west moves slowly eastwards, becoming heavy across the Midlands and central southern England by morning. Rain also moves northwards across Scotland. Mainly dry, but cloudy elsewhere.
Heavy showery rain will clear southeast England through the morning. Outbreaks of rain will persist across northern Scotland. Elsewhere, there will be variable cloud with sunny spells and scattered showers.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Unsettled on Wednesday and cooler, with sunshine and showers. Mostly fine on Thursday with rain in the northwest later. Mainly fine with rain in the northwest Friday and turning warmer.
Updated at: 0223 on Mon 06 Jul 2015
UK Outlook for Saturday 11 Jul 2015 to Monday 20 Jul 2015:
It will stay dry and warm across much of the south through the weekend, but further north and west it will be more unsettled with some spells of rain. This rain may turn heavy and thundery as it spreads erratically eastwards, before being followed by brighter, fresher weather. Into the following week a period of more generally unsettled weather is expected across the UK. The north and west may be breezy at times, and will have the most frequent periods of rain early next week, while further south and east there will generally be much drier, brighter and often warm conditions. Temperatures will be generally close to or a little above normal, perhaps cooler at times in the northwest and rather warm at times in the southeast at first.
UK Outlook for Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 to Tuesday 4 Aug 2015:
A two way split in the weather seems most likely through this period, with southern and central parts staying generally dry, with fine and often warm conditions. Further north and northwest more unsettled and breezy weather will prevail with rain at times, but also some drier brighter interludes. Temperatures are likely to be close to or a little below normal in the north, with the south and southeast often being warm for the time of year.
Updated at: 1254 on Mon 06 Jul 2015
Location: 56.8199, -5.104
Altitude: 7m above mean sea level