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[Updated 06:50 28/06/2019]
Most of the UK has fine weather today and it will be very warm in much of the south and west. Tomorrow is set to be the hottest day of the year so far with temperatures climbing into the 30Cs. By Sunday cooler air returns from the west. Next week is looking mainly dry and it will feel a lot fresher....READ IN FULL
Friday starts dry across the UK. Early cloud breaks and sunny periods develop widely. It will be blustery along the south coast and in the south west this morning, but winds ease later in the day.
Temperatures range from 18C (64F) in eastern coastal counties to 28C (82F) locally in the south and west. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, cloud cover, 16:00 BST Fri 28th June
Tonight it stays dry across central and eastern areas. Elsewhere showery rain spreads northeastwards.
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Summer forecast Issued 01/06/2019
Tomorrow is expected to be the hottest day of the year so far in central and eastern areas. There is a chance of 34C (93F) being recorded and in much of England temperatures peak at close to 30C (86F). The north and west have showery outbreaks of rain which could be heavy at times.
Meteo France Arpege, temperatures, 16:00 BST St 29th June
During Sunday the hot continental air will be hunted away southeastwards. Therefore temperatures wont be as high as in recent days but the south and east still have warm sunny periods. Northern Ireland and much of Scotland have outbreaks off rain.
Monday and Tuesday could bring scattered showers to southern counties. In the north showers are expected to be more frequent and it will be quite cool for early July.
The rest of the week should be mainly dry with a good amount of sunshine. In the south it may become quite warm.
GFS 500hPa heights and MSLP, 16:00 BST Wed 3rd 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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