Issued from the Met Office
at 04:00 BST on Saturday, 21st July 2018
A cloudy start for many, but it will brighten up with some sunshine by the afternoon. That said, a few showers are likely to break out, with the odd heavy one in the south. Hot again in the southeast.
Showers dying out to leave clear spells and a few mist patches across England and Wales. Damp across northern and western Scotland and Northern Ireland, with some hill fog.
Occasional rain in the northwest, with fog affecting some other western coasts and hills. Otherwise variable cloud and some sunshine, but an increasingly humid feel. Much warmer across eastern Scotland.
Monday to Wednesday
Rain in the northwest will erratically move southeast. Northwest of this, turning brighter and fresher with a few showers. To the southeast, largely sunny and hot, but isolated thunderstorms developing.
The national weather forecast from the Met Office covers today, tonight, tomorrow and the following three days. This provides an indication of the main weather types and trends across the British Isles during the short-range forecast period.
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