Issued: 0845 Sunday 27 July 2014
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
Temperatures Normal To Above
For much of this week low pressure will be in charge of the weather scene and this will generally present an unsettled weather with the risk of showers. Temperatures are expected to become closer to normal for this upcoming week, but at times quite warm in the south.
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Showers are expected across Scotland and Northern Ireland today. England and Wales look fine and dry with lots of sunshine and feeling warm in the south. Maximum temperatures of 18 to 25C.
Showers are expected across Northern Ireland, northern England and parts of Wales. Central southern parts of England should remain fair dry with the best of the sunshine in the south. Maximum temperatures of 17 to 26C.
After a dry, mostly sunny start, a number of showers are expected to develop across the country but few if any are likely across East Anglia, the southeast and the East Midlands. Highs of 19 to 25C.
Warmer today and this could trigger a few heavy showers just about anywhere, but many places escape with a dry day and with sunny spells. Maximum temperatures of 16 to 28C.
With low pressure in charge, further showers are expected across much of the country throughout the day and we could even see spell of more persistent rain affecting East Anglia and the southeast, although confidence is low. High temperatures of 18 to 23C.
It continues unsettled across much of the country more likely to see further shower activity but also some dry, sunnier periods. Highs of 18 to 22C.