Issued: 0845 Sunday 23 July 2016
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
Warmest, driest in the south
This week is looking much warm with generally mixed weather conditions. While there will showers around, many areas will be mainly dry. Most of the precipitation will be in the north and the west where it will be fresher at times.
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Expect a dry, sunny start. More cloud and scattered showers develop through the morning and the afternoon. Most of these to be in the west with the east mainly dry. Expect high temperatures of 16 to 23C.
A warm day. There is a risk of occasional showers. Brighter and sunnier for the afternoon with a few scattered showers here and there. Fine and dry into the evening and the night. Highs of 17 to 24C.
A front brings in a good deal of cloud along with showers and spells of rain. In the afternoon the precipitation may turn more heavy across central parts of England. Highs of 15 to 23C.
We expect a good deal of dry weather with sunshine in the morning but in the afternoon there is a risk of scattered showers. Fine and dry then for the evening and night. Highs of 17 to 23C.
Most areas look pleasantly warm and dry with sunny spells. There is a risk of showers but these mainly to affect western parts of Britain. Lots of dry weather to come into the evening and night. Highs of 16 to 23C.
Low pressure may bring a cloudier, more unsettled day with a risk of rain in the north and showers to the south. Highs of 16 to 23C.