Cloudy morning with patchy rain, then brighter, showery afternoon
This Evening and Tonight:
A mostly cloudy and misty evening with patchy rain. However the rain is expected to develop more widely for a time through the early hours. A mild night with freshening westerly winds Minimum temperature 12 °C.
A cloudy and murky start with patchy rain and drizzle but becoming dry with bright spells. Sunny spells developing in the afternoon with scattered showers developing. Occasionally strong westerly winds. Maximum temperature 17 °C.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
Mainly cloudy with showers on Monday, some heavy. Bright spells and scattered showers on Tuesday but after a dry morning Wednesday, rain expected later. Turning cooler.
UK long range weather forecast
On Thursday and Friday changeable, breezy weather is likely to prevail, with a mixture of showers and some longer spells of rain. However parts of the north will probably stay drier and brighter at first with only isolated showers. Into next weekend and the start of the following week, there is likely to be a change towards more settled conditions from the southwest. This would bring drier conditions with some sunny spells here, however showers or longer spells of rain may continue further north. Through the rest of the period confidence is low, and any more generally settled weather conditions may still be interspersed by occasional bouts of wetter and windier weather. Temperatures will start rather cool, but will soon recover to near or a little above normal.
Whilst confidence is low throughout this period, the most probable trend for the middle two weeks of June is for an increasingly settled weather picture across the UK. Whilst this may bring spells of dry and often sunny weather, warmer day time temperatures may occasionally trigger heavy, possibly thundery showers. However there still remains a risk of areas of low pressure bringing longer spells of rain across the UK at times, perhaps with some stronger winds. Temperatures will be near normal or warm overall for the time of year.