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[Updated 07:00 13/05/2019]
High pressure keeps the weather fine and pleasantly warm during the next few days. Quite unusually some of the highest temperatures are likely to be Scotland. Later in the week things change as a cooler northeasterly flow returns and the risk of showery rain increases....READ IN FULL
Monday starts chilly and locally there has been a touch of frost overnight. The rest of the day will be dry and sunny in most of the country, although there could be more cloud in the far north west.
Temperatures range from 15C (59F) to 21C (70F). The lower values are expected to be in the south west, East Anglia and the far south east. See the rain radar for the latest view.
GFS, cloud cover, 16:00 BST Mon 13th May
Tonight it stays dry with variable amounts of cloud. In areas where skies remain clear it will be chilly.
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Tomorrow the settled spell continues. Cloud amounts vary but there should be plenty of sunshine. If anything it should be slightly warmer than today. The highest temperatures could again be in north eastern Scotland.
GFS, temperatures, 16:00 BST Tue 14th May
By Wednesday high pressure starts to migrate northwards. However it remains the dominant feature and all areas should have fine weather. It could be the warmest day of the week and temperatures in Scotland possibly reach 24C (75F).
During Thursday and Friday changes takes place. The high pressure centre continues to move northwards and that leads to a cooler northeasterly flow developing across the UK. The risk of showers also increases. Despite that there should be a lot of dry weather.
By the weekend showers become more widespread. In the south east there may be some heavy and thundery as warm air feeds in off the continent.
GFS 500hPa heights and pressure, 16:00 BST Fri 17th May
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