UK Forecast- June 30, 2016
Sunshine & showers
Breezy for all
An odd shower in the far southeast of England this morning. Heavier showers in western Scotland and the west of Ireland. Most other places will have a dry and breezy start to the day with some sunny spells too. The showers become heavier and more persistent this afternoon over western Scotland and northwest England as well as Ireland. Through the afternoon heavy showers affect Ireland and parts of Wales as well as northern England and western Scotland. One or two showers affecting the Midlands and southern England too, although these will be well scattered. Breezy throughout with tops at 14 to 20C.
Staying breezy tonight. The showers will be fading through this evening, although they will be affeting western coasts of Wales and England as well as much of Scotland and Ireland throughout the night. Other areas will be dry with clearer skies. Lows near 9 to 12C.
Low pressure will be centred to the north of Scotland on Saturday. It is going to be a breezy morning with showers soon developing across northern and western parts of the UK and Ireland. Drier through eastern parts with some sunny spells here to start the day. The afternoon sees the risk of showers in all areas, the heaviest on hills. Not everywhere will see them, with most favoured drier areas around southern and eastern coasts. Temperatures reaching 14 to 19C.
Low pressure remains north of the country on Sunday with higher pressure to the south. However, an area of cloud and some outbreaks of rain are expected to be affecting southern Ireland, parts of southern Wales and southern England. Showers in Scotland, some of them heavy. In between the weather is likely to be drier and brighter with some reasonable spells of sunshine and just isolated showers. Highs at 14 to 20C.