Remaining warm or very warm but with an increasing risk of some heavy and perhaps thundery showers, cooler and perhaps drier late in the forecast
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Into Tuesday and at the moment warm or very warm and humid conditions will continue across many areas but with pressure continuing to fall then there may well be a greater risk of some heavy showers or thunderstorms developing almost anywhere during the day. Scotland, however, may maintain mainly dry and sunny conditions as high pressure persists just to the north and north-east. Winds E or SE'ly light, but variable inland. Highs 16C to 24C, lowest temps near to the east coast.
While there are some uncertainties over the details by next Wednesday more unsettled conditions are possible nationwide with many areas at risk of seeing some showers and these still potentially heavy and thundery as the day progresses too. Still warm and humid mind and with light and variable winds, especially inland. Highs 16C to 24C.
At the moment very similar weather conditions will continue into Thursday with many areas experiencing some drier and brighter, if not sunnier weather at times, but there will be an on-going risk of some heavy showers or possible thunderstorms at times too, these perhaps focused across England and Wales. Also potentially becoming generally drier from the west later in the day too as high pressure tries to build to the west of the British Isles. Perhaps slightly cooler too as winds becoming more N or NW'ly but still light. Highs 15C to 22C.
By next Friday there is some evidence that pressure may begin to rise once again so while some further heavy showers or isolated thunderstorms may still be possible, perhaps especially in the south and east, Friday may well progress towards drier conditions with some bright or sunny spells, perhaps especially across more northern and western areas of the British Isles. Many areas still maintaining warm but less humid and with temperatures not as high as earlier in the week. Highs 14C to 20C.
At the moment high pressure may well have returned by Saturday and this could well mean a mainly dry day for most areas with some bright or sunny spells. There is evidence to suggest low pressure may be close by just to the south-east, so some isolated heavy showers or thunderstorms may still be possible though across far southern and south-eastern regions, but many areas having mainly dry conditions. Pleasantly warm. Highs, 14C to 21C.
At the moment next Sunday is likely to remain mainly dry for most with pressure still relatively high. A few scattered showers can't be ruled out but, otherwise, a lot of dry weather is predicted with some bright or sunny spells too and winds still light and perhaps predominantly N or NW'ly. Pleasantly warm. Highs, 15C to 21C.