Issued: 0640 Sunday 17th June 2012
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
More and more of the same
The protracted spell of unsettled weather is expected to continue through much of the upcoming week. Further outbreaks of rain and showers will affect most parts of the country keeping the miserable, soggy summer going.
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With low pressure in charge, it looks to be an unsettled day with showers, some locally heavy, interspersed with dry and sunnier spells, although the far south and east of England may stay dry. It becomes dry this evening with clear spells in the night but southwest England may see some rain space spreading in. Expect highs of 18 to 20C.
Outbreaks of rain across Wales and central and southern parts of England may be locally heavy spreading up into northern England, Northern Ireland and southern Scotland in the afternoon as it turns more showery in the south. Rain affects northern Scotland and Northern Ireland and Wales tonight. It will be a windy day with gales developing by evening in the north and west. Highs of 15 to 20C.
A very windy and unsettled day to come across the country with outbreaks of moderate to heavy rain in the north and showers in the south. Rain lingers in the north tonight with the south mainly dry. Highs of 13 to 18C.
A a day of sunshine and showers across the United Kingdom with persistent rain for northern Scotland. More rain to come tonight across Scotland and northern England, largely dry in the south. Maximum temperatures of 14 to 18C.
The far south of England will have the best of the sunshine and less showers, but overall most places again will have showers through the day. Expect top temperatures of 14 to 17C.
Outbreaks of heavy rain in the west spread across all parts of the country late in the day. Expect highs of 18 to 21C.