Driest and brightest in the north

[Updated 06:30 29/06/2021]

Sunny morning! Near to Grantown on Spey. Posted by dizzy daff

The north has another fine day but in southern and central regions it will be a wetter picture. During the next few days a good deal of dry weather is likely and it will also become quite warm. By the weekend showers probably start to become heavier and more widespread again.

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Sunny morning! Near to Grantown on Spey. Posted by dizzy daff View the full size picture.

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Tuesday starts damp in southern and central regions. To the north it is dry. Through the day patchy outbreaks of rain continue in the southern half of Britain. To the south of London there could be some heavy bursts mixed in. Northern areas remain dry and bright.

Temperatures range from 17C (63F) to 22C (72F) in brighter parts. See the rain and lightning radar for the latest view.

Meteo France Arpege 1
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 Tuesday, 29th June

Tonight showery rain becomes focused on East Anglia and the south east. Elsewhere it will be mostly dry.

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Tomorrow patchy spells of rain continue to be a risk in southern and central counties. To the north it will be dry again. Cloud amounts vary, but there should be a reasonable amount of sunny spells. Rather cool in the east, but warmer in the west.

Meteo France Arpege 2
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 Wednesday, 30th June

Warming up but showers later

Thursday brings scattered showers. However, many places have a dry day and there should be a reasonable amount of sunshine. The brightest and warmest conditions are likely to be in the south and west. In eastern Britain it remains cooler.

Friday is looking mostly fine, although there could be scattered showers in the west. Temperatures generally higher than in recent days, particularly in the east. 

During the weekend showers are likely to become increasingly widespread and heavy. Despite that there should be a reasonable amount of warm sunshine.

GFS chart 1
GFS, surface pressure and precipitation, 16:00 Saturday, 3rd July

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