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Friday 23 June

There are no weather warnings in force anywhere in the United Kingdom.

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Friday 23 June

There are no flood warnings in force anywhere in the United Kingdom.

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Diluain 19 An t-Mhìos Air fhoillseachadh aig 10:00 uairean

Sealladh mìosail

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Scorching summer sun set to stay?

High pressure dominates the UK weather to begin with and that means that any changes we see will happen very slowly. We have an almost stationary weather front bringing persistently cloudy skies and occasional rain in the north. South of this front there are clear blue skies and high temperatures. Through the first week the high pressure will gradually break down bringing more changeable weather. Essentially if you don't like what you have now, it will change by the weekend.
Towards the end of June, high pressure looks to re-establish itself in the west with plenty of dry weather. Eastern parts will have the lion's share of any showers, not that there will be all that many. Into July things look like staying mainly dry and settled but with warm air moving in from the continent, we may have a few thunderstorms at times.

Diluain 19 An t-Mhìos—Didòmhnaich 25 An t-Mhìos
High pressure is in control

We start this week with hot and sunny weather across the south of the UK and temperatures around 30ºC for many. In the north, across Scotland and to a lesser extent Northern Ireland we have cooler air moving in along with a band of cloud and some patchy rain. This cloud and rain will pull away from the UK by Tuesday and then mid-week it will be replaced by showers from the west. We won't all see these showers though and southern parts of England and Wales may remain completely dry all week. By this point temperatures will be dipping into the low-twenties. Ending the week we'll see a weather front approaching from the northwest bringing cloud and rain to Scotland and Northern Ireland. It's slow progress as this front approaches. England and Wales will remain dry and with warm air being pulled in from the continent, temperatures here look set to climb again. As often seems to be the case, as the weekend approaches, so does the rain and most of us will see some unsettled weather by Sunday.
It's worth a mention that for much of this week, both UV and pollen levels are either high or very high.

Diluain 26 An t-Mhìos—Didòmhnaich 2 An t-luchar
A bit of variety

With high pressure receding away to the near continent, the weather will certainly be more changeable than the previous week. It looks as though we'll get a few showers spreading right across the UK but we'll get some warm and dry days too. It's going to be one of those weeks where you'll need to keep up to date with the forecast fairly often. As pressure begins to build again to the west we'll see more settled weather coming to the fore. This should gradually spread to all parts allowing temperatures to build once more. As this happens we may well get a few thunderstorms developing, particularly during the evening or overnight.

Diluain 3 An t-luchar—Didòmhnaich 16 An t-luchar
Where do you draw the line?

At this stage there is quite a lot of uncertainty in the forecast with hints of high pressure in the south and low pressure at least nearby in the north. This means that generally speaking the south will be fine and settled and the north will see some windy spells with rain at times. That's not to say the start of July will be a washout across Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England. There will be some settled, sunny and even warm weather too. In the same vein, saying that the south will see lots of dry weather doesn't mean no rain at all. Rain in the south looks most likely to take the form of large showers and thunderstorms developing through the heat of the day.
All this talk of north and south begs another question in this forecast; where does one become the other? Unfortunately this isn't obvious and where the high pressure sits will determine this. Should the high pressure be centred across central France, we could see unsettled conditions permeating as far south as the Midlands. If it's further north, centred over England, we could see the mainly dry, warm weather pushing as far north as the central belt of Scotland.

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Will it be the weather for beach days or board games?

Tuairmse aimsir mìosail
Tha e doirbh fiù 's don neach as eòlaiche tuairmse a thoirt air an aimsir barrachd air seachdain air thoiseach. Tha modailean iomadh-fhillte bho Oifis na Sìde agus bho Ionad Eòrpach airson Tuairmsean Aimsir Meadhan-ùineil (ECMWF) air an ruith airson a' mhìos (agus an ràith) air thoiseach, a' togail dealbh de aimsirean eadar-dhealaichte a dh'fhaodadh a bhith buailteach buaidh a thoirt air an RA.

An ath ùrachadh aig 10:00 uairean, Diluain 26 An t-Mhìos


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Chan eil seo ri fhaighinn ach ann am Beurla a-mhàin

Rather cloudy in the south, windy in the north.

Central and southern areas will be rather cloudy but still with some warmer, brighter spells. Some light rain or drizzle is possible, mainly over western hills. Windy in the north with some blustery showers, local gales in the far north.


Strong to gale force winds in the far north. Outbreaks of rain in the northwest. Mainly fine and dry elsewhere, but further rain or drizzle possible in the southwest later.


Winds easing across all parts. Sunny spells and scattered showers in the north. Cloudier in the south with patchy rain or drizzle at first in the west, turning drier later.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday

Unsettled and rather cloudy, with some brighter spells. Locally heavy rain at times, especially in central and northern parts. Some thundery showers possible in the southeast, where warm at times.

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