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A dry and bright start, before thicker cloud and outbreaks of rain arrive from the west by lunchtime. Rain slowly sinks southwards during the afternoon, turning more showery as it does so. Becoming drier and brighter in the north. Windy. Maximum Temperature 18 °C.
Any showery rain in the south clearing to leave a largely dry evening, with some sunny spells. Staying dry with clear spells overnight. Breezy and feeling cool. Minimum Temperature 6 °C.
Generally a fine and dry day, with bright or sunny spells for many. Still on the breezy side, but feeling pleasantly warm in any sunshine, with temperatures near average. Maximum Temperature 19 °C.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Generally fine and dry on Saturday, after a chilly start. More unsettled Sunday and Monday, with increasing risk of rain or showers. Breezy and feeling cool along North Sea coasts.
Updated at: 0317 on Thu 26 May 2022
Rain moving slowly southeastwards across England and Wales, though remaining bright and fairly warm in parts of the south and East Anglia; breezy. Sunny spells further north but cooler and windy, with possible coastal gales; heavy showers across northern Scotland.
Patchy rain and low cloud will cross southern areas of Wales and England, clearing later. Scattered showers continuing across northern Scotland, perhaps heavy. Many other areas clearer and chilly.
Many southern and central areas having plenty of sunshine and lighter winds, meaning that it should feel reasonably warm by afternoon. Northern Scotland sees sunny intervals and scattered sharp showers.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Cooler and showery, mostly in the east at first, more widespread from Sunday. Warmer, sunnier in the west after cold mornings. Feeling rather cold in the east coastal fresh breeze.
Updated at: 0217 on Thu 26 May 2022
UK Outlook for Monday 30 May 2022 to Wednesday 8 Jun 2022:
Eastern areas are likely to be cloudier with a higher risk of showers and breezier at the start of this period, with drier weather and the best of the sunshine probably in the west. The east is also expected to see cooler than average temperatures over this period. Into the rest of next week, it will likely be mainly fine and dry, but occasional rain and showers, mainly in the east. Feeling warm in any sunshine. Towards the bank holiday weekend this pattern is likely to continue, with some dry weather and sunny spells, but also some more unsettled and wet conditions developing for some parts of the UK. Any stronger winds likely easing and temperatures likely remaining around average for most.
Updated at: 1154 on Wed 25 May 2022
UK Outlook for Thursday 9 Jun 2022 to Thursday 23 Jun 2022:
This period is likely to bring generally settled conditions, with most areas being drier than average overall. Winds will probably be generally light, although the odd spell of stronger winds will still be possible. Temperatures possibly warmer than average, although colder conditions could extend from the northeast at times.
Updated at: 1156 on Wed 25 May 2022
Location: 53.0004, -1.1303
Altitude: 65.0 m above mean sea level