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UK 5 day weather forecast


Most areas warm and sunny for the next few days.

This Evening and Tonight:

After a fine end to the day, conditions after dark will be dry and mild with mostly clear skies. Cloudier across Shetland and Orkney at times with a little patchy rain possible here.


Another fine, dry day with plenty of very warm sunshine. Highest temperatures over northern Scotland where an isolated late afternoon shower is possible over the mountains.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

Dry and sunny for most of the UK. Some low cloud may affect North Sea coasts at times. Generally warm, locally hot in sheltered parts of the north and west.


UK long range weather forecast

The start of June will see a continuation of the current settled weather with most places staying dry and sunny. However, there is an increasing chance of seeing some rain or showers at times, especially across northern and western parts. It will be very warm initially but temperatures are likely to begin to return to normal towards the middle of the period. Towards the end of the period there may be a shift to more changeable conditions, with an increased chance of showers or longer spells of rain across all parts. The showers or spells of rain are likely to be most frequent across the northwest and possibly accompanied by strong winds. Any wetter periods are likely to be interspersed with some drier and brighter weather.


The start of this period is likely to see a continuation of more changeable conditions with spells of dry and sunny weather interspersed with showers or some longer spells of rain. Showers or rain are most likely to be seen in the northwest of the UK and they may be accompanied by strong winds at times too. Through mid to late June, overall drier and warmer than average weather looks to be more favorable in the south than wetter and cooler conditions. Northern parts however will likely see temperatures sticking around average for the time of year.


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