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[Updated 06:55 26/06/2019]
The next few days bring a lot of fine weather and it becomes increasingly warm. The hottest day is likely to Saturday when temperatures could edge above 30C (86F). By Sunday cooler condition will be returning from the west. Next week is looking settled and fresher in all regions as high pressure builds from the southwest....READ IN FULL
Wednesday starts dry across the UK. There is quite a lot of cloud cover but through the day it breaks up and sunny spells develop. The best of them are expected to be in the northern half of the UK with cloud being slower to clear further south. It also remains murky near the east coast.
Temperatures range from 15C (59F) in the far north and near to the east coast to 24C (75F) in the south and west. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, temperatures, 16:00 BST Wed 26th June
Tonight it stays dry and clear spells develop widely. In central and northern regions temperatures fall into single figures.
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Tomorrow all of the country should be dry. Sunny periods develop widely and it will become very warm. In the north west and south west temperatures could reach 28C (82F). More widely they peak in the low to mid 20Cs, but eastern coastal counties remain cooler.
Meteo France Arpege, cloud cover, 16:00 BST Thu 27th June
Friday brings a repeat performance to most areas, however there is an increasing risk of showers in Northern Ireland. If anything temperatures will be a degree or two higher.
During the weekend a change takes place. On Saturday it warms up further as winds turn into more of a southeasterly direction. Temperatures in southern and central areas may pip 30C (86F). There is a risk of showery rain in the north and west.
Through Sunday the hot continental air continues to be shunted away southeastwards. Therefore it will be cooler but the south should still have warm sunny periods. In the north and west showers continue.
Fresher weather continues in early July but it should be mainly dry with a good amount of sunshine. There are indications of it warming up again during the second week of the month.
GFS 500hPa heights and MSLP, 16:00 BST Mon 1st July
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After a very warm or hot start temperatures fall back towards the average. A good deal of settled weather is shown. View latest GEFS.
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