[Updated 07:00 27/06/2016]
The new working week starts cloudy and damp in the south east but elsewhere it is mostly dry with just a scattering of showers. Despite the quiet start the outlook remains very unsettled as a deep area of low pressure parked to the northwest drives the weather across the UK.
Through the morning patchy rain continues in the south east. Elsewhere sunny spells develop but there will be a few showers too. These become more widespread and heavy in the north this afternoon but in the south it brightens up. Conditions for the start of Wimbledon shouldn't be bad but disruptions are expected in the coming days.
Temperatures will be disappointing for late June ranging from 12C (54F) in the north west to 19C (66F) in the south east. For the latest view check the rainfall and lightning radar.
This evening showers fade away and clear spells develop. By the morning wet weather returns to Northern Ireland and western parts of Britain.
Tomorrow heavy rain pushes across England and Wales and in the south winds strengthen. Scotland and Northern Ireland have brighter spells but also heavy showers.
On Wednesday yet another area of wet weather spreads eastwards to affect much of the country, but in Scotland it may remain brighter and showery. Southern and central regions will be very windy for the time of year.
The unsettled theme continues through the rest of the week. High pressure nudging up from the Azores perhaps brings drier intervals to the south but there is little sign of summer taking a hold. Buzz discusses the outlook.
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