• Hourly
  • 7 day
  • 16 day
  •  Hourly
  •  16 day
  • 10 day
  • More

Frozen In Time

Archived articles which have appeared on our homepage since May 7th 2014.


Brightest in the north

[Updated 07:15 033/05/2020]

Double rainbow. Posted by brian gaze

The weather during the days ahead will be mixed but confidence in the forecast details is quite low. High pressure is expected to bring dry conditions at times and it may warm up during the middle part of the coming week. However, there is a risk of showers or longer spells of rain too....READ IN FULL

Today's photo

Double rainbow. Posted by brian gaze View the full size picture.

Send your photos

If you'd like your weather photo featured on the homepage, upload it to our gallery using our weather camera and image uploader which now allows you to rotate the picture. Remember to add the descriptive tags if possible. We will try to crop it automatically to the correct size.

View all published user photos in the Sky Eye Gallery

Sunday starts dry in the north. In southern and central regions there are patchy outbreaks of rain. Through the day rain fades away southwards and some brighter spells develop. The north has a mix of sunny spells and showers. This afternoon some of them push southwards into central England and Wales.

Temperatures range 10C (50F) in northern Scotland to 17C (63F) in England. See the rain radar for the latest view.

Arpege forecast chart 1

Meteo France Arpege, rain, 15:00 BST Sun 3rd May

Tonight showers continue in parts of northern and eastern England. Elsewhere it becomes mainly dry and locally in Scotland there could be a touch of frost.

Quick links

Monthly forecast


Summer 2020 forecast pointers

Tomorrow starts with showery rain in eastern and central England. Through the day showers become more scattered and sunny spells develop. In other regions it will be mostly dry and bright. Pleasantly warm in the west but cool in the east, particular near the coast.

Arpege forecast chart 2

Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Mon 4th May

Mixed and uncertain

Tuesday starts dry and bright. Through the day cloud builds across much of southern and central Britain. Outbreaks of rain spread eastwards across southern counties but they become increasingly patchy. The northern half of the UK has a dry and bright day.

The rest of next week is looking mixed. Wednesday and Thursday may be drier and warmer. By Friday the risk of showers or longer spells of rain may return.

GFS chart 1

GFS, surface pressure and 500hPa heights, 16:00 BST Wed 6th May

Get weather notifications

If you're on a Android, Windows or Mac device scroll down a little and you will see a "Want weather notifications?" heading. If you select Notify Me! you will be asked to allow www.theweatheroutlook.com to send notifications. Select allow and you're registered. You can unsubscribe at any time. At the moment iPhone and iPad don't support the technology.



14 day outlook

Monthly outlook

Seasonal outlook


A huge range of charts and data is freely available.

Models include UK Met Office UKV and MOGREPS-G, ECMWF, NCEP GFS, Meteo France Arpege and Arome.