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[Updated 06:50 07/06/2019]
An area of low pressure named Storm Miguel will bring heavy rain and strong winds to much of the UK during the next 48 hours. By Sunday showery conditions return but it remains cool for June. The medium term prospects are mixed but it may begin to turn more settled in the north....READ IN FULL
Friday starts with heavy rain in the south west and southern coastal counties. Elsewhere it is dry. Through the day wet and windy weather spreads northwards and reaches the Scottish borders by early evening. In much of the south it turns brighter and showery this afternoon, but persistent rain continues in Wales and the south west. Northern Ireland and Scotland have showers.
Temperatures range from 12C (54F) in the wet areas to 19C (66F) where it is brighter. Northern Scotland could be the warmest part of the country. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Tonight the wet weather becomes slow moving. It affects northern England, Wales and probably extends into Northern Ireland later on. To the south of it there will be heavy showers. Much of Scotland remains dry.
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Summer forecast Issued 01/06/2019
Tomorrow central and northern regions have further spells of rain, although in the northern half of Scotland it remains more showery. Southern counties of England and Wales have a mix of sunny spells and heavy showers. Temperatures remain low for the time of year. It will be windy in central and eastern counties with gales possible near the east coast.
GFS, wind gusts, 16:00 BST Sat 8th June
By Sunday showery weather returns to all of the UK. The showers become 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 during the first half of next week. Showers or longer spells of rain are likely at times, particularly in the southern half of the UK. In the north it may be more settled as high pressure centred to the northwest begins to have more influence.
GFS 500hPa heights and pressure, 16:00 BST Tue 11th June
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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.
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