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Showers today, Storm Miguel tomorrow

[Updated 08:50 06/06/2019]

Showery weather

The weather remains changeable during the coming days. Tomorrow an area of low pressure named Storm Miguel pushes up from the south. It brings heavy rain and strong winds. The weekend is looking showery but there signs of it steadily turning warmer and drier next week....READ IN FULL

Thursday starts with showers in the north and west, and in eastern Scotland there are outbreaks of rain. Through the day heavy showers become more and in places could be a rumble or two of thunder. There will be sunny spells too. In the northern half of Scotland it remains cloudier with longer spells of rain.  

Temperatures range from 11C (52F) in the north to 19C (66F) in the south. See the rain radar for the latest view.

Arpege forecast chart 1

Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Thu 6th June

Tonight it becomes dry in central and northern regions. In the south cloud builds and later on outbreaks of rain develop.

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Summer forecast Issued 01/06/2019

Tomorrow winds strengthen and an area of rain spread northwards.The heaviest bursts are expected to be in central and western parts of England, and Wales. Localised flooding and difficult driving conditions are possible. Much of Scotland and Northern Ireland could remain dry until late in the day. In the the south east and south west of England it should brighten up through the afternoon.

Arpege forecast chart 2

Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Fri 7th June

Possibly warmer next week

Heavy rain continues in the northern half of the UK on Saturday. Southern and central regions have sunny spells and showers. It will be windy for the time of year and near the east coast gales are possible.

By Sunday brighter and showery weather returns to all of the UK. The showers are likely to be heavy and at times they could merge to give longer spells of rain. Sheltered parts of the south east and East Anglia have the highest temperatures, but it stays cool for June.

The mixed theme continues early next week. However, most computer model runs are showing it becoming drier and warmer later in the period. Nonetheless things are quite finely balanced. 

GFS forecast 500hPa heights and pressure

GFS 500hPa heights and pressure, 16:00 BST Mon 10th June

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16 day GEFS ensembles at a glance

After a warm start it turns cooler and changeable. There is a relatively weak signal for drier and warmer weather to return through the middle third of June. View latest GEFS.


Mostly dry with variable cloud


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