Rather cloudy start, especially across Stirlingshire, Fife and Angus, otherwise a dry day with long spells of unbroken sunshine. With light winds it will feel very warm in the sunshine. Maximum temperature 22 °C.
A dry and sunny end to the day then largely clear overnight with perhaps a few mist patches. Chilly in rural parts with light winds. Minimum temperature 6 °C.
Largely sunny and becoming very warm again for most although coastal areas likely to be cooler and see rather more in the way of cloud at times. Light winds. Maximum temperature 24 °C.
Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
Friday, very warm and sunny away from the coast, where haar possible. Turning more unsettled over the weekend with a risk of showers, but still warm with some sunny spells.
UK long range weather forecast
Sunday will be fresher than of late, with sunny spells and occasional showers. The showers will be heaviest in the northwest, where there will be a risk of thunderstorms and coastal gales. However southeastern areas will stay dry, warm and humid. By Monday, the fresher conditions will spread to all areas. It will likely stay drier across the south and southeast though. Thereafter, as we go into early July the most likely scenario is for a continuation for warm or very warm, perhaps locally hot, and potentially thundery, weather possible for parts of the UK. There is likely to be occasional spells of dry and fine weather though. Temperatures will return closer to normal after a potentially very warm or hot spell of weather at the start of the period.
During the first half of July confidence in the forecast becomes very low. It seems most probable that high pressure will be close to the north and east of the UK, with lower pressure and Atlantic frontal systems nearer the southwest. This would bring more unsettled weather over southern and southwestern parts of the UK, with some rain or showers. However, the north and east would see more in the way of drier and settled weather. Temperatures during this period are likely to be around or slightly above normal.