Issued: 0945 Sunday 5 July 2015
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
Temperatures rising later in the week
The first part of this upcoming week appears more unsettled with showers and spells of rain. Later pressure looks to build in with much of England and Wales turning mainly dry with increasing warm temperatures and it could become hot again in the south. Fronts then likely to affect northern Scotland and Northern Ireland.
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A showery day to come across much of the country. Some of these may be on the heavy side in the afternoon, interspersed with dry, sunnier interludes. Most of the showers tend to fade by early evening. Maximum temperatures of 15 to 20C.
Expect a good deal of fine, dry weather across Britain today with sunny spells. There is a risk of a few showers across northern Scotland. Dry across most areas into the evening ahead of a dry night but rain may affect Northern Ireland. Maximum temperatures of 15 to 21C.
Outbreaks of rain and drizzle to affect Northern Ireland and northern Scotland today. Fine and dry across the rest of the country with the best of the sunshine across central and southern parts of England. Expect maximum temperatures of 15 to 23C.
It becomes warmer today and rain may linger across northern Scotland with showers for Northern Ireland. For the remainder of the country it stays fine with hazy sunny spells. It looks fine across Britain into the evening and night. Expect maximum temperatures of 19 to 25C.
Very warm today with most parts of the country dry and fine with long sunny spells. There does remain the risk of some e rain in the north of Scotland and Northern Ireland. Expect maximum temperatures of 20 to 29C.
Windier across the north with rain for Scotland and parts of northern England. To the south it appears to remain dry and hot with sunny skies. Expect maximum temperatures of 20 to 30C.