Warm and sunny morning, rain later..
A dry and bright start with some sunny spells especially across Lothian and the Borders. Becoming cloudier across Galloway with some patchy light rain. Highest temperatures around Selkirk. Maximum temperature 22 °C.
Clouding over from the southeast this evening with some showery rain this heaviest over the Pentlands. A murky evening and night and very humid. Minimum temperature 11 °C.
Cloudy with rain at first but soon the cloud will break up with some bright or sunny intervals developing. A scattering of showers in the afternoon mainly over Galloway. Maximum temperature 19 °C.
Updated: 0336 on Thu 20 Jun 2013
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Cloudy with rain or heavy showers on Saturday. Cooler with rain or showers on Sunday. Generally cloudy with some patchy rain on Monday.
Updated: 0336 on Thu 20 Jun 2013"
UK Outlook for Monday 24 Jun 2013 to Wednesday 3 Jul 2013:
An east-west split is likely to develop early next week with eastern and northeastern areas rather cool and cloudy with showery outbreaks of rain, locally heavy in places. Further west should be rather drier although still a good deal of cloud here, with best of the sunshine in sheltered spots, allowing temperatures to recover to near normal. From Thursday onwards, unsettled conditions are likely to spread in from the west. Bands of rain are likely to affect many areas, with western and northwestern parts likely to see the heaviest and most persistent rain. However some eastern and southeastern areas may occasionally be sheltered from the rain allowing some drier and brighter spells to develop. Temperatures still rather cool in the north, but probably nearer to average elsewhere.
Updated: 1135 on Wed 19 Jun 2013"
UK Outlook for Thursday 4 Jul 2013 to Thursday 18 Jul 2013:
There is currently no strong indications of any weather type to dominate the UK during the period. However temperatures are more likely to be below average, especially in the south of the UK. There are no strong signals of anomalous rainfall during this period, although parts of the south may be wetter than average.
Updated: 1231 on Wed 19 Jun 2013"