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Any early mist patches soon clearing on a fine, dry and sunny morning. Higher cloud gradually spreading from the northwest during the afternoon, turning the sunshine hazy by late afternoon for all but the eastern coastal strip. Maximum Temperature 21 °C.
Cloud soon thickening from the west with patchy rain reaching Lough Neagh by mid-evening, then turning heavier and spreading to all parts from around midnight. Minimum Temperature 10 °C.
Skies generally overcast with occasional rain, perhaps locally heavy initially. Outbreaks turning increasing patchy from late morning, with a chance of some brightness later and the light winds turn northwesterly. Maximum Temperature 20 °C.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Rather cloudy through the weekend with occasional patchy rain. Feeling humid on Sunday. Monday looks like sunshine and isolated showers, though confidence low for details.
Updated at: 0427 on Thu 19 Jul 2018
Most places will stay dry with sunny spells, however rain will reach northwest Scotland during the afternoon, and one or two showers are possible in eastern England. It will become very warm in the sunshine across southern and eastern England.
Evening rain in northwestern Scotland will spread into Northern Ireland, the rest of Scotland, northern England and northwest Wales overnight. The rest of England and Wales will stay dry.
Northern rain will move into south Wales and the English Midlands, leaving western Scotland and Northern Ireland with late sunshine. The southeast will become hot, triggering hit-and-miss thunderstorms later.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Mostly dry and very warm. Becoming hot and humid in the south and east. Often cloudy and breezy in the northwest, with some rain or drizzle.
Updated at: 0419 on Thu 19 Jul 2018
UK Outlook for Monday 23 Jul 2018 to Wednesday 1 Aug 2018:
On Monday and Tuesday the northwest of the UK is likely to see cloudier conditions with some rain and drizzle at times, especially across western hills. Elsewhere it should be largely dry with sunny spells and light winds, chiefly across the east and southeast, although central areas could have the odd shower at times. Looking further ahead a west-east split in conditions is likely to develop, with eastern areas being drier, more settled, warm and increasingly humid, but always with the risk of isolated showers or thunderstorms. Further west it may be more changeable and breezy with some outbreaks of rain or showers, but also some drier interludes. Temperatures nearer normal in the west, but generally warm elsewhere, with hot or very hot conditions at times in the east
Updated at: 1304 on Wed 18 Jul 2018
UK Outlook for Thursday 2 Aug 2018 to Thursday 16 Aug 2018:
Throughout this period it seems most likely that the weather pattern will only evolve very slowly. The west of the UK is likely to see more in the way of breezier, cloudier conditions with some rain or showers at times, with these occasionally affecting other areas. Elsewhere, especially further east, drier and more settled weather is expected to dominate, although with the ongoing risk of a few heavy showers or thunderstorms breaking out at times. Temperatures generally remaining above average for most, with the potential for further spells of very warm or hot conditions, and possibly very hot at times in the south and east. Temperatures are likely to be often nearer normal at times in the northwest.
Updated at: 1305 on Wed 18 Jul 2018
Location: 54.6454, -6.7455
Altitude: 79.0 m above mean sea level