Issued: 0900 Sunday 30th June 2019
Duty forecaster: Claire Darbinyan
Feeling fresher this week, showers for northern and western areas
Fresher conditions at the start of this week as a westerly flow brings showers and outbreaks of rain to northern and western areas. High pressure builds once more from Tuesday bringing dry and settled conditions for most away from the far northwest.
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Higher pressure over the UK and Ireland with lower pressure to the north of Scotland. Isolated showers are possible for northern coasts of Scotland and Ireland with longer outbreaks of showery rain for the Northern Isles. Staying mostly dry elsewhere with good sunny spells. High temperatures at 16C in northern Scotland, 23C in southern England.
Higher pressure remains over the south of UK and Ireland on Thursday bringing a fair day here with good spells of sunshine while low pressure to the north brings strong winds and outbreaks of rain to Northern Ireland and Scotland. Some showers may also affect Ireland and the north of England. Highs at 14C in northern Scotland, 25C in southern England.
Low pressure to the north brings scattered showers and a strong breeze to northern and northwestern parts of Scotland on Friday. A dry and bright day for most of England, Ireland, Wales and Northern Ireland with some good spells of sunshine. Highs at 15 to 24C.
High pressure over the UK on Saturday is squeezed by lower pressure to the north and southwest. This brings dry, bright conditions for most. Cloudier with showers for northern Scotland and southwestern parts of England and Wales. High temperatures at 16 to 26C.
Lower pressure over the UK brings cloudy skies, showers and outbreaks of rain to the British Isles on Sunday. Showers may be heavy and thundery across central parts of England. High temperatures at 14 to 27C.
Lower pressure to the south on Monday brings showers and outbreaks of rain to southern parts of the UK and Ireland. Drier to the north but still some showers for western areas. High temperatures at 15 to 24C.