Issued: 0800 Friday 4th June 2021
Duty forecaster: Simon Keeling
Drier than average but some bit of rains, mostly in the west, warm overall
High pressure remains to the south of the country through much of the weak. Little rain in southern and eastern areas (after Sunday) and warm too. fair amount of cloud, but some sunny spells. Always a threat of more cloud in western Scotland and Ireland, a risk of some patchy rain here at times. Tending to improve further towards the weekend as higher pressure dominates.
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A few showers affecting the far eastern coasts of England pon Tuesday. For other areas there will be broken cloud and some sunny spells although always a fair amount of cloud. Cloud and some outbreaks of rain in central and western Scotland as well as Ireland, especially in western areas. Highs near 17 to 23C.
A ridge of high oressure to the south but lower pressure to the north. The southwest flow is likely to be bringing more moist air which means more cloud for many. There will be some drizzle affecting western coasts and hills, especially northwest Wales with more persistent rain in northern and western Scotland. Cloudy too in Ireland with some spots of drizzle here. Highs at 23C in sunshine in the southeast, 15C in north Scotland.
Higher pressure to the south with low pressure remains northwest of Scotland. The southwest wind brings further broken cloud to western coasts and hills, the risk of some mist at times along southern coasts. A front gives some rain in western parts of Ireland and western Scotland, although dry in the east. Highs at 21 to 24C, 17C in northwest Scotland.
A weak front passing east through Friday bringing cloud and periods of patchy rain, most in northwest England, southern Scotland, Wales and southwest England. Eastern areas of England should be brighter with sunny spells. Fresher and brighter weather follows to western Scotland and Ireland. Highs at 17 to 20C in Scotland and Ireland, 21 to 25C in England and Wales.
High pressure strengthens through Saturday. It should be a dry day with sunny spells for most. Some low cloud and drizzle may trouble the far northwest of Scotland as well as the far southeast of England. Highs at 17 to 23C.
Pressure remains high through Sunday across the British Isles. There will be plenty of dry conditions with sunshine for many. A threat of low cloud and drizzle again in the far northwest of Scotland. Highs at 19 to 25C.