Issued: 0825 Monday 18th June 2012
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
No sign of high pressure
Throughout the upcoming week low pressure is expected to remain the dominant weather feature across the United Kingdom. This will keep it unsettled with showers and longer spells of rain. Temperatures will be near or below average for this time of year and it will often be windy.
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With low pressure in charge, it looks to be an unsettled day with heavy morning rain across Wales and northern and the north into Scotland in the afternoon. This will be replaced by sunny spells and some heavy showers across England and Wales, possibly thundery. Expect highs of 14 to 20C.
Continued windy on Friday with plenty of showers to come, although persistent rain will continue across northern Scotland. Showers will be interspersed with some dry, sunny intervals. Highs of 13 to 18C.
We can expect little overall change today. After a mainly dry, sunny start, showers and cloud will develop in most areas. The heaviest of these showers will be across Scotland. Highs of 13 to 18C.
This looks to be a rather wet day to come across much of the country with spells of rain. Northern Scotland will have a day of sunny spells and showers. Maximum temperatures of 13 to 17C.
Scattered showers are expected across central and eastern parts of Britain but may tend to fade late day. Western areas be dry with the best the sunshine. Expect top temperatures of 14 to 19C.
Outbreaks of heavy rain in the south west spread the east across most parts of the country during the day. Expect highs of 16 to 21C.