Sunny spells developing today. Warm and sunny over the weekend.
Variable cloud at first, perhaps with a few spots of drizzle in places. The cloud will quickly break up with spells of warm sunshine developing across the region. Southwesterly winds easing later. Maximum temperature 25 °C.
Dry with some sunshine this evening. Remaining dry overnight with clear spells. Cool in sheltered rural spots with a risk of isolated mist or fog patches. Minimum temperature 9 °C.
Any mist or fog quickly clearing, then fine, dry and sunny all day. Becoming very warm. Dry overnight with clear periods. Maximum temperature 27 °C.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Fine and dry on Sunday and Monday with long periods of sunshine. Very warm. A little cooler on Tuesday with increasing cloud and a small risk of some showers later.
UK long range weather forecast
The end of August should see a split in the weather across the UK, with dry and sunny conditions prevailing across many areas, in particular southeast England, and for cloudier conditions across the far northwest. The far northwest will see rain at times, followed by periods with sunny spells and showers. Any strong winds will also be restricted to the far northwest. August temperatures will be above average overall and hot in the southeast, but closer to average in the far northwest. There is lower confidence for early September with quite mixed signals, however, it is likely that the most prolonged sunny periods will be in the south and that it will be more changeable in the north. Temperatures only at or slightly above average for the time of year.
Confidence remains rather low during this period, but most areas should see some spells of fine, dry, and sunny weather. These spells of fine weather will be most prolonged in the south of the UK. Northern parts are likely to see more changeable conditions through this period with spells of rain and stronger winds, these extending further south at times too. On the whole temperatures will be closer to or slightly above average for the time of year.