Mainly dry with long sunny spells. Very warm in west
A few early mist patches, especially in north, otherwise a largely fine day with long spells of sunshine. Dry for most but the odd shower is possible over the hills. Very warm in west but cooler towards the east coast. Maximum temperature 26 °C.
A fine evening but haar increasingly affecting Caithness. The haar spreads inland across the north and down the Great Glen overnight while the west remains largely clear. Minimum temperature 8 °C.
Low cloud, mist and fog gradually burning back to the Caithness coast. Then a dry but rather cloudier day than of late, although some good sunny spells are still likely. Maximum temperature 24 °C.
Becoming more unsettled through with risk of heavy thundery rain or showers. Still very warm in west but cooler in east with haar at times and mainly easterly winds.
Warm with sunny spells. Isolated thunderstorms in the south later.
Low cloud across northeast Britain will soon burn back towards the coasts where it will linger all day. Spells of warm sunshine will develop for most, but these will trigger afternoon showers and isolated thunderstorms in the south and west.
Thundery showers die out through the evening leaving a dry night, but low cloud will spread inland from the North Sea giving many places a misty end to the night.
Another bright day in the west, but a cloudier day elsewhere and misty along North Sea coasts. Thundery showers may spread to the south at times. Feeling cooler for most
A changeable period, with further thunderstorms across England and Wales, some spreading into northern parts on Wednesday night. Still plenty of dry and bright weather around and generally very warm.
Next weekend, there will be a good deal of dry and fine weather, with sunny spells. There is likely to be some mist and low cloud affecting eastern coastal districts, although with some sunny spells. Thundery showers are likely to continue on Saturday, before easing Sunday, with the driest conditions in the north. Into next week, there will probably be a good deal of dry weather around, with some sunshine. The driest and sunniest conditions are likely to be in the north and west. The south will perhaps be cloudier, with the risk of thundery showers, especially at first, but it will probably become drier and brighter later. The warmest weather will likely be in the west, with a greater chance of cooler conditions compared to recently across the southeast.
Through this whole period signals are mixed and weak, which generally gives low or very low confidence at this stage. On balance, it will probably be more changeable than of late, with spells of rain or showers becoming more frequent and widespread at times, especially during the first half of the period. All parts of the country are likely to see some settled spells of weather though, particularly in the second half of June in the south of the UK. Temperatures overall will likely be near or slightly above normal. There is the potential for further very warm spells of weather to develop mainly in the south however, with northwestern areas likely to be cooler than earlier in the month.