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UK outlook issued Sunday 14th July 2019
Turning more unsettled for a time.
Monday: Isolated showers are possible but most of the country has a dry day. Cloud amounts vary but sunny spells develop widely. Generally quite warm with temperatures ranging from about 20C (68F) to 24C (75F) in most areas. Along the east coast it stays cooler.
Tuesday: Heavy showers are likely in the northern half of the UK. Southern and central counties should be mainly dry with sunny periods. Very warm in central and eastern England.
Wednesday: Outbreaks of rain push into Northern Ireland and western Scotland. Elsewhere a few showers are possible but it remains mainly dry, although cloud builds after a bright start.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: Changeable weather with all regions probably having showers or longer spells of rain for a time. Later on it could become drier and warmer again, especially in the south and east. The north and west remain more changeable.
Forecast confidence is high falling to medium.
Northwest to southeast split.
The south and east probably have a good deal of dry, bright and warm weather. However some rain is possible. Further northwest a more unsettled and wetter picture is expected to dominate. Warm or very warm at times in southern and eastern counties but temperatures stay closer to the average in the north west of the UK.
Forecast confidence is low.
An area of high pressure centred close to the UK declines by the middle of the first week. That allows disturbances from the Atlantic to make inroads and bring a more unsettled period. There is some uncertainty about how much influence they will have on the weather in southern counties. Later on a ridge is expected to build over the south but disturbances continue to brush the north west.
Low pressure areas probably track to the north west of the UK with ridges of high pressure building across southern counties. There is a chance of very warm upper level air feeding into the south.
More changeable weather develops for a time during the first week.
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