Bright with showers Tuesday, but rain over Argyll at first
Cloudy with rain across Argyll at first, but turning to bright spells and showers through the morning. Otherwise a dry and sunny elsewhere, but cloud building in the morning and showers will develop for the afternoon. Occasionally fresh southwesterly winds. Maximum temperature 17 °C.
Showers will become confined to Argyll and the isles in the evening, then mostly dry with clear periods overnight. Winds falling mostly light and quite chilly in inland rural spots Minimum temperature 4 °C.
Bright or sunny spells, though perhaps a cloudy start over Lanark and Ayrshire. Scattered showers developing, some heavy and thundery through the afternoon. Light winds. Maximum temperature 17 °C.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Bright or sunny spells and heavy, perhaps thundery showers, these most frequent through Thursday, but fewer showers expected Friday. Fresh west or southwesterly winds at times.
UK long range weather forecast
On Sunday most places will start fine, bright, and dry and remain so through much of the day, especially in northern and eastern parts. Temperatures will recover to normal or be locally warm. However, for southwestern and western parts heavy rain and some strong winds should arrive during the day as low pressure moves towards the UK from the southwest. Rain is likely to spread northward and eastwards into Monday bringing unsettled weather more widely for the start of the next week. As we head into late June there are signs that high pressure may become more dominant, bringing a chance of settled and warm weather with temperatures mostly near normal. However, by early July we may see a return to greater influence from Atlantic again, although confidence is low.
During the first half of July predictability becomes very low, with mixed signals. However, at present the favored solution is for increased Atlantic mobility through this period, bringing spells of unsettled weather to the UK, generally associated with low pressure systems, interspersed by more settled anticyclonic regimes. This will likely mean that showers or longer spells of rain will affect northwestern parts of the UK, whilst the south and southeast will see more in the way of dry weather: although some thundery outbreaks are likely in the south and southeast as is usual this time of year. Temperatures through the period will probably near or slightly above average.