Rather cloudy start with patchy rain in north dying out. However it becomes brighter with sunny spells and showers developing by midday. The showers will be most frequent and heavy at times across Fife and Stirlingshire this afternoon. Light winds. Maximum temperature 14 °C.
Some late sunny spells then clear spells overnight with showers only slowly dying out, especially across southern parts. A rather chilly night, especially across Angus and Perthshire. Light winds. Minimum temperature 4 °C.
A bright day with some good spells of sunshine developing and just the odd shower around, these mainly across Angus, Fife and eastern Stirlingshire. Winds remaining light. Maximum temperature 14 °C.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Dry, bright start Wednesday but increasing cloud brings afternoon rain to southern parts. Rather cloudy with a few showers on Thursday then cloudy with occasional rain on Friday.
UK long range weather forecast
Cool in the north on Friday, but cloud and rather humid conditions in central and southern areas will push northeastwards, accompanied by occasional rain. Next weekend, pressure is expected to build across southern areas of the UK, allowing it to become warmer than of late generally, and locally very warm inland in the southeast. Any rain becoming confined to northwestern areas and more in the way of dry weather establishing itself. For many parts into the following week, we should then see a fair amount of dry weather with some sunshine and the potential for warm or perhaps very warm conditions at times. However, there are also signals for occasional bouts of more unsettled weather, especially in the northwest, but also the risk of thundery showers, mainly in the south.
Whilst confidence is low throughout this period, the most probable trend for the middle two weeks of June is for a relatively 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.