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UK outlook issued Sunday 19th May 2019
Showery. Quite warm in the south.
Monday, Tuesday: The days bring sunny spells and heavy showers. In the sunshine it will be quite warm with temperatures close to 21C (70F) in southern counties. Showers fade away through the nights.
Wednesday: Much of the country has dry and warm weather with sunny spells. Isolated showers are possible and in the far north there is a risk of more prolonged outbreaks of rain. Temperatures in the south could reach a warm 24C (75F).
Thursday: Most of the country stays mainly bright and quite warm. However, isolated but heavy showers are possible and in the west of the UK there is an increasing risk of rain later on.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Bank Holiday Monday: Changeable conditions continue but day to day details are very uncertain. All regions could see showery rain, however there should also be some warm sunshine. A split may develop with more focus on dry weather in the south.
Forecast confidence is high falling to medium.
There is an ongoing risk of showery rain which could be heavy at times. Despite that there should be a fair amount of dry and bright weather. In sunny periods it could be quite warm but temperatures are generally expected to be close to the seasonal average.
Forecast confidence is low.
A slack pressure pattern develops across the UK during the first few days. Later on there may be a tendency for the Azores high pressure to build towards the UK.
There is a lot of uncertainty during this period. The most likely scenario is for the north of the UK to be under a trough for much of the week. High pressure may have more influence in the south and west. A number of other scenarios are almost as likely so forecast confidence is low.
Showery weather is expected for much of the period. Despite that spells of warm sunshine are likely, especially during the first week.
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