Showery period of weather

[Updated 06:30 24/06/2022]

Late afternoon Cumulonimbus. Posted by baronvonuden

The next few days will be mixed as an area of low pressure in the Atlantic controls the UK's weather. All regions could have showers or longer spells of rain, but generally the wettest conditions will be in the west. The east often remains drier and warmer.

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Late afternoon Cumulonimbus. Posted by baronvonuden View the full size picture.

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Friday starts with showery rain in the south west. Elsewhere it is mostly dry.

Through the day showers develop and push northwards across much of Britain.  However, many places miss them and there will be sunny spells too. This afternoon an area of rain pushes northeastwards across south western England, Wales and perhaps Northern Ireland.   

Temperatures range from 16C (61F) in the west to 25C (77F) in East Anglia. See the rain radar for the latest view.

UKV, rain, 15:00 Friday, 24th June

Tonight showery bursts of rain spread northeastwards. Clearer skies follow behind them into much of the country by the morning.

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Tomorrow morning any remaining outbreaks of rain in the north and east should quickly clear to leave sunny intervals in all regions. However, showers develop and in the afternoon they become quite widespread. Some could be heavy, particularly in the west and then later on in the south. Pleasantly warm in the east, but cooler in the west.

UKV, rain, 15:00 Saturday, 25th June

Changeable outlook

Sunday brings heavy showery bursts of rain to much of the north and west. The south and east should be mainly dry and bright.

The changeable theme continues on Monday and Tuesday. Showers or longer spells of rain are possible and temperatures will be on the low side. The driest and warmest conditions will generally be in eastern and south eastern Britain.

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GFS, surface pressure and precipitation, 15:00 Tuesday, 28th June

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