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Dry with plenty of sunshine once again, with a little fair-weather cloud at times. While still warm, temperatures will be a little lower than on Monday, with a fresher feel in coastal districts in developing sea breezes. Maximum Temperature 25 °C.
Remaining dry during the evening and overnight, with late sunny spells ahead of a rather warm but largely clear night. Minimum Temperature 14 °C.
Another fine day, with plenty of warm sunshine, and with temperatures picking up a little relative to Tuesday. Still feeling fresher in coastal areas, with sea breezes here. Maximum Temperature 26 °C.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Staying dry with plenty of sunshine. Whilst temperatures will be slightly lower than last weekend for many, it will still be very warm by day and night.
Updated at: 0347 on Tue 17 Jul 2018
A fresher day for most but still warm with sunny spells and well scattered showers. These will be heaviest across northern England and eastern Scotland where a few thundery downpours could develop. Many places will stay dry.
Showers will steadily fade overnight, although some will continue across northern Scotland. Elsewhere, dry with clear spells, and perhaps a few showers reaching Wales and the far southwest towards dawn.
Another mainly dry day with sunny spells and a few isolated showers, mainly in the north and west. Light winds and feeling warm, perhaps very warm in the southeast.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Mainly dry with sunshine across England and Wales. Often cloudier across Scotland and Northern Ireland, with rain mainly in the northwest. Very warm and humid across the south by Friday.
Updated at: 0417 on Tue 17 Jul 2018
UK Outlook for Saturday 21 Jul 2018 to Monday 30 Jul 2018:
On Saturday and Sunday the north of the UK may have cloudier and breezier conditions with some outbreaks of rain or showers, while further south there will be a good deal of dry and fine weather, with a good deal of sunshine in the south. Temperatures will be warm for many, probably very warm in the south and becoming rather humid, especially at night. Through the following week generally fine and very warm weather will predominate in the south and much of the east, perhaps becoming hot, but always with the risk of isolated showers or thunderstorms. Further north and west it may be more changeable and breezy with outbreaks of rain or showers, but with temperatures warm for much of the time.
Updated at: 1351 on Mon 16 Jul 2018
UK Outlook for Tuesday 31 Jul 2018 to Tuesday 14 Aug 2018:
Throughout this period it seems most likely that there will be a continuing northwest / southeast split in the weather. Southeastern parts are most likely to see periods of dry and warm weather, with brief interludes of more showery conditions. Some very warm or hot spells could develop in the south at times, but these would bring an increased risk of thunderstorms. Meanwhile further northwest, any settled weather will probably be shorter lived, with rain or showers at times, but also some drier and sunnier spells. Temperatures are expected to continue above average, with some warm or very warm spells possible outside of any persistent showers or rain.
Updated at: 1347 on Mon 16 Jul 2018
Location: 52.0563, 1.1499
Altitude: 6.0 m above mean sea level