Dry start but a few light showers developing.
This Evening and Tonight:
Showers dying away during the evening and the cloud breaking up again with some sunny then clear spells developing. Becoming cloudier again by the end of the night with rain reaching Orkney. Moderate south or southwest breeze. Minimum temperature 10 °C.
A bright start in Shetland however it will soon cloud over with outbreaks of mainly light and patchy rain spreading to all parts. Light winds. Maximum temperature 15 °C.
Updated: 1503 on Wed 19 Jun 2013
A cloudy murky day with outbreaks of rain on Friday. Staying cloudy with further outbreaks of rain on Saturday. Rain or heavy showers on Sunday.
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.
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.