UK Forecast - May 10, 2024
Sunny spells & warm
Showers west tomorrow

Morning mist and fog patches soon clearing Saturday morning. This leaves bright or sunny spells for most and dry conditions. There is a risk of some low cloud affecting southern and eastern coasts of Ireland from mime to time. Little change into the afternoon with dry and warm weather for most. Some good spells of sunshine. A low risk of a shower developing over southern Scotland later. Sea breezes on coasts. Highs at 20 to 25C.

Saturday Night
Overall a dry night with broken cloud across the country. A few clear spells in northern and eastern areas. Some fog may affect southern and western coasts and hills. The risk of a few showers in southwest Wales and southwest England, most of them light and scattered. Lows near 8 to 12C.

Higher pressure remains east on Sunday but pressure falls to the west. Showers in western parts of Wales, England and Scotland may become heavier and thundery during the morning and into the afternoon. Fresher in Ireland with bright or sunny spells, but some heavy showers in northern and western parts. Tending to be drier ine astern Scotland and eastern England with more cloud, but some showers into the southeast in the late afternoon. Highs at 18 to 25C.

Lower pressure raking control of the weather through Monday. The low is likely to be off southwest England by midday. This then pushing a band of showery, possibly thundery rain northwards during the morning, mostly in northern England, Scotland and north A further areas of rain, some heavy, then reaches southwest England by early afternoon, this then edging north to be over Wales and southern England by evening. Rain too in western and northern Scotland, some showers in northern England with a few thundery showers in Ireland. Highs at a cooler 15C in the southwest, 19C in eastern England.