WEDNESDAY may start chilly but it is set to get warmer than Tuesday. Bright, sunny start in Scotland and over northern and eastern parts of England. Dull, damp and dunk in south west England and Wales with rain and drizzle spreading to Northern Ireland and the Midlands. Eastern parts will stay dry with sunny spells but cloudy elsewhere with a few showers on the east coast.
Temperatures rising on Thursday and in particular on Friday through to Saturday. This period starts cloudy with outbreaks of rain, mainly in north and west. Sunny spells in many sheltered southern and eastern parts. It gets sunnier and warmer to very warm and humid by Saturday.
UK weather forecast for 7am on Wednesday May 29
UK weather forecast for 4pm on Wednesday May 29
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UK outlook for Sunday June 2 to Tuesday June 11
A WARM Sunday for many, very warm in the southeast with the brightest skies overhead and a humid feel. Scattered thundery showers may break out, with cooler fresher conditions already in the northwest spreading southeast to most, if not all parts by Monday.
Next week gets cooler across the UK, especially the northwest. Wet and sometimes windy spells are likely to affect many areas, with the odd heavy, thundery shower. Any drier, warmer spells in mainly the south and east.
The end of next week could see spells of more settled weather throughout the UK.
UK surface pressure forecast for 12pm Wednesday
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