Fine and settled conditions are forecast to prevail as we look ahead as high pressure dominates the weather
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Into Sunday and it is high pressure that is forecast to become the dominant feature of the weather once again building into the UK from the west during the day. Many areas, as a result, will experience a mainly dry day with some bright or sunny spells, these perhaps prolonged and with just a low risk of an isolated heavy afternoon shower across some southern and eastern areas. Still warm or very warm inland, but cooler in the east as a N or NE'ly wind develops. Highs 16C to 23C.
Into Monday of next week and it is high pressure that is forecast to remain influential either over or situated just to the north of the UK. Lower pressure to the south may maintain a risk of a few heavy showers across southern counties of England, but this the exception to the rule with many areas having a dry day with bright or sunny spells, these prolonged at times. Still warm or very warm inland, but cooler across counties near to the north sea. Highs 15C to 22C.
At the moment high pressure is still set to be the dominant feature through Tuesday of next week and this maintaining further drier than average conditions and it is likely to remain warm for many areas too. Bright or sunny spells are forecast, these still prolonged at times across some northern and western areas, while a low risk of a heavy afternoon showers persists across some southern counties of England. Highs, 15C to 21C, warmest in the west, coolest near the North Sea.
Through into Wednesday and the overal weather pattern remains similar, with many areas still experiencing a lot of fine and dry weather with some bright or sunny spells. By this point though the high pressure may start to decline more to the north-east which could signal a greater risk of some showers getting into southern and south-western areas. Overall though the emphasis remains on further warm and sunny conditions for most, still cooler in the east mind. Highs, 15C to 22C.
Uncertainty by next Thursday but more northern areas may well maintain fine and settled conditions as a ridge of high pressure persists across the region maintain some sunny weather too. However, more southern areas of the UK could well become more unsettled from the south with an increasing risk of some heavy and perhaps thundery showers in places. Many areas still warm, but still cooler in the east. Highs 15C to 22C, highest in the west.
The risk of a few heavy and perhaps thundery showers remains across more southern and south-western areas, but, otherwise it is still likely to be high pressure situated to the north-east that will dominate across most areas. As a result plenty of fine weather for many, especially in the north with spells of sunshine. Still coolest near to the North Sea with a little E or NE'ly, but many inland areas remaining warm, perhaps very warm. Highs 15C to 23C.