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UK 5 day weather forecast

Headline:

Sunny spells and scattered heavy showers today.

Today:

Remaining areas of rain, locally heavy, over eastern England soon clearing, then all parts having a day of sunny spells and scattered showers, some heavy with risk of thunder and hail. Fewer showers and more sunshine in west this afternoon.

Tonight:

Showers in east fading, then dry with clear spells in central and eastern parts. Cloudier and breezier in west and north with rain moving east, locally heavy in northwest Scotland.

Wednesday:

Cloud and occasional rain moving east, although some eastern areas remaining dry. This followed by sunny intervals and a few showers. Breezy and quite gusty in the north.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Unsettled and breezy on Thursday with a mix of rain, showers, and some sunnier spells. Improving away from north Scotland on Friday, and becoming more widely settled by Saturday.

Updated:

UK long range weather forecast

Over the weekend, fine and dry weather with clear and sunny spells expected for most, however some cloud and light showers remain possible, especially in the north and east. Despite a chilly start on Saturday, near normal temperatures can be expected for most, perhaps feeling warmer in the south and southwest. Into the following week, the weather is likely to become more settled, with any few showers most likely to be seen in the north and east, where it may feel fresher and cooler. This means above average temperatures away from the north and east, with drier conditions expected for most. As we move into the beginning of June, drier than average conditions are expected to persist overall.

Updated:

In the beginning of June, we can expect to see a lot of dry weather across the UK. Temperatures may potentially become warm in the south and southwest but remaining closer to average in the north. Later on in June, we may however see some less settled and cooler weather, particularly in northern regions.

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