Many areas will be dry, with warm sunny spells. There will be a few showers over Northern Ireland, England and Wales, with the heaviest of these in Wales, the Midlands and central southern England. Some rain continuing in northern Scotland.
Daytime showers will slowly fade. Northern Scotland will stay rather cloudy and damp but otherwise it will be dry, with clear spells.
Sunny spells for many, with showers possible in the south and southeast. It will be warm in the south, but rather cool in the northwest once rain arrives here.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
It will be unsettled, breezy and cool across the north. Rain will introduce cooler conditions to southern areas on Sunday, with thundery showers possible on Monday and Tuesday.
UK long range weather forecast
Tuesday will see sunny spells and showers for many areas, the showers initially in the north and east, then developing widely through the day. Some showers will be heavy with thunder possible, merging into longer spells of rain in places. The showers then easing from the north later. It will be breezy with a risk of coastal gales in the southwest and northeast. Temperatures will be cooler than average and feeling colder in the breeze. The changeable and rather cool weather is likely to continue through the following week. There will be showers or longer spells of rain at times, including the odd heavy or thundery shower. However, there will be some dry and bright spells too.
The general trend for this period is currently for a more settled picture across the UK. However, there remains the potential for further areas of low pressure to bring spells of rain or showers at times with some stronger winds. Confidence is low by mid June but the most likely scenario is that overall more settled weather is likely to prevail. Temperatures will start a little below normal, slowly trending to normal of warm.