Patchy rain to north for afternoon. South dry and bright.
Fine, dry, bright start. Cloud increasing from the north through the morning, bringing a cloudy afternoon to the Central Belt, also some patchy light rain to Argyll, but bright and sunny spells persisting across Ayrshire and southern Lanarkshire. Maximum temperature 16 °C.
A cloudy start from Glasgow northwards with some patchy light rain. Otherwise dry with clear spells transferring erratically northwards overnight, leading to a chilly start for the rural south. Minimum temperature 2 °C.
Feeling more like summer with most dry while the best of the bright and sunny spells appear around Glasgow, lifting temperatures above the seasonal averages. Maximum temperature 17 °C.
Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
Friday brings showers and some limited brightness. Saturday rather cloudy with some patchy rain to western areas, while east remain largely dry, perhaps bright. Sunday cloudy with some rain.
UK long range weather forecast
Showers or perhaps longer spells of rain are likely on Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday in some areas, along with some stronger winds at times. However, most areas will see dry and fine weather for part of the weekend. Temperatures are likely to be near the seasonal average for many, but cool in any rain. It is most likely to be driest in the southeast, where it will be locally warm. The changeable and rather cool weather is likely to continue through the half term week. There will be showers or longer spells of rain at times, including the odd heavy or thundery shower. It will be windy in the south, especially at first, with some heavy rain possible. However, there will be some dry and bright spells too.
There are only weak weather signals for the first half of June, so we can expect a mixture of dry settled periods and changeable spells. In general, drier and less windy weather is more likely across northern parts of the UK, though southern areas can expect some of these quieter spells too. These periods of drier and settled weather will be punctuated by cooler, showery spells as Atlantic weather systems arrive from the west. In the absence of any strong signals, temperatures are forecast to be close to normal for the time of year.