Hot spell on the way later this week
After an unsettled start to the week in places, it will turn drier and much warmer across many parts of the UK later this week, with hot conditions developing …Read more
A dry night. Cloudy on Tuesday with some rain.
A dry and clear evening for most, with these conditions continuing through the night. Some cloud could start to form in northern and western areas towards dawn. Winds staying light and turning chilly under the clear spells. Fog patches possible. Minimum temperature 7 °C.
A dry and bright start, with cloud building across the region. Turning breezy at times, with the odd spot of rain developing in the north and west later. Maximum temperature 21 °C.
Mostly dry but fairly cloudy on Wednesday and Thursday, with the odd outbreak of rain. Sunny spells on Friday, with the chance of a shower. Becoming warmer through the period.
Over the weekend, there should be a good deal of sunny and very warm weather across the UK, with the hottest conditions likely to be in the southeast. Most places will be dry, although there is a small risk that some isolated thunderstorms may break out, especially across the south of the UK. Moving into the following week, a fair amount of dry, bright and warm weather looks likely for much of the UK with a possibility of some further very warm weather, especially in the southeast. More changeable, breezy interludes with some rain or showers are possible at times in the period, more especially for the northwest of the UK where temperatures will be nearer normal.
This period is likely to see a mixture of dry and settled conditions, interspersed with occasional bouts of wetter and windier weather. The majority of the unsettled weather seems more likely to be in the northwest, with the south and southeast seeing the driest conditions. Temperatures will probably be around or slightly above the average for this time of year. There may be further short lived very warm spells, these more likely across the south or southeast. There are some tentative signs that conditions could become more widely dry and settled across the UK towards the end of the month.