Mainly dry and bright
A dry and bright start with some reasonable sunny spells the best of these down towards Lanark. Becoming cloudier across the north of Argyll with a few showers developing for a time in the afternoon. Maximum temperature 19 °C.
Dry at first tonight with some clear spells. Later in the night however it will become cloudier with some patchy light rain coming in across Islay and Argyll. Light winds. Minimum temperature 9 °C.
A fairly cloudy day with outbreaks of rain coming and going across Argyll and Kintyre throughout the day. Drier with some brightness and some sunny spells in Lanark. Maximum temperature 20 °C.
Updated: 0335 on Wed 19 Jun 2013
Forecast for Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park for Wednesday
Largely dry and bright with any dawn mist clearing to leave some warm sunny spells. Moderate Westerly winds over hills.
Updated: 0334 on Wed 19 Jun 2013
Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
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.
Updated: 0335 on Wed 19 Jun 2013"
UK Outlook for Sunday 23 Jun 2013 to Tuesday 2 Jul 2013:
An unsettled period of weather is expected during Sunday and Monday with rain or showers across most parts. The heaviest and most persistent rain is likely across central and eastern parts on Sunday, before brighter but showery conditions move in by Monday. It will also be windy, with a low risk of gales in the east. Feeling generally rather cool, especially in the east. Thereafter, a north-south split is likely to develop, with northern areas staying unsettled with further spells of rain, heaviest and most prolonged in the west. Whereas southern parts likely to see some drier and brighter interludes develop for a time between showers, before more unsettled conditions return here later in the week. Temperatures still rather cool in the north, but probably recovering to near average elsewhere.
Updated: 1133 on Tue 18 Jun 2013"
UK Outlook for Wednesday 3 Jul 2013 to Wednesday 17 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: 1258 on Tue 18 Jun 2013"