UK forecast for the next 5 days
Dry with sunshine for most.
After a chilly start for many it will be a mostly sunny and warm day with a little fair weather cloud at times. However, generally cloudier and cooler in the far north with some light rain possible at times.
Cloudy and breezy in the far north with rain possible across the Northern Isles. Elsewhere, dry, mostly clear and quite chilly once more in rural areas.
Fine and dry with plenty of warm sunshine for most of the UK. Remaining cloudier in the far north with some patchy light rain possible at times.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Generally fine, dry with plenty of warm or very warm sunshine, turning warmer each day. Generally cloudier, cooler across the far north with patchy rain and stronger winds at times.
Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days
UK Outlook for Wednesday 27 Jun 2018 to Friday 6 Jul 2018:
The final week of June will stay dry and sunny across the UK, with only the far north and northwest of Scotland seeing cloudier skies at times, and a chance of rain. Temperatures will continue to rise for all parts, but especially so across England and Wales where it will be hot. The heat may spark an isolated thunderstorm towards next weekend, but the chance of catching one will be low and the majority of the UK will stay fine and dry. As we head into the start of July, most areas should continue to see plenty of fine, sunny and very warm weather. Northern and western areas may however begin to see cloudier conditions pushing in, with the chance of some wet and windy weather here.
UK Outlook for Saturday 7 Jul 2018 to Saturday 21 Jul 2018:
It is too early to give any specific detail for July, but the likelihood is that we will see a good deal of dry and settled weather across many parts of the UK. There are some early indications that in the north and west, more changeable conditions could bring cloudier skies, and possibly some wet and windy weather at times. There is also the chance that the warm weather could lead to a few thunderstorms in the south of the UK, but on the whole it will be a mainly dry and warm picture.