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[Updated 07:10 06/07/2019]
A cold front moves slowly southwards today bringing patchy outbreaks of rain. Cooler air follows into central and northern parts of the UK. The next few days bring a lot of dry weather but there will be showers in places. By the middle of next week it turns more unsettled for a time....READ IN FULL
Saturday starts with a narrow band of rain stretching from Yorkshire across Wales and into Northern Ireland. To the north and south it is dry. The rain gradually spreads southwards and reaches southern counties this evening. It will be patchy but there could be a few heavy bursts mixed in. Ahead of it warm sunny spells develop. Areas to the north also have bright periods but it will be cooler and a few showers are possible.
Temperatures range from 14C (57F) in northern Scotland to 27C (81F) in southern coastal counties. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Sat 6th July
Tonight the rain moves into the south eastern corner. Elsewhere clear spells develop but a few showers continue in the north and north east.
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Tomorrow looks reasonable in much of the UK with bright spells and isolated showers. In Wales and south western England there is expected to be more cloud and it could produce some light rain. Temperatures will be lower than in recent days.
Meteo France Arpege, cloud cover, 16:00 BST Sun 7th July
Monday brings bright periods and scattered showers. Temperatures will be close to the July average.
During the middle part of the week it turns more changeable. Initially the risk of rain is focused on the north, but through Wednesday and Thursday heavy showers could become widespread. There will be drier periods too and in sunny intervals it should feel quite warm.
By Friday high pressure probably builds northeastwards leading to a return of drier and more settled weather. Daytime temperatures probably won't be far from the average but the nights could be cool.
GFS 500hPa heights and MSLP, 16:00 BST Thu 11th July
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Temperatures remain close to the average for much of the time. A mix of settled and changeable periods is expected. View latest GEFS.
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