After the heat on Friday it's a cooler feel over the next few days with some rain for a time next week. Temperatures are set to rise again later though.
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A brief spell of summer heat over the next few days but it looks like we'll start August on a much fresher note with further rain expected through the early part of next week.
With many people planning a UK break in the next few weeks there's even more interest in the forecast for the month ahead.
It won't feel very much like July this weekend and it will stay cool and unsettled into the first part of next week. There are signs of some warmth returning though.
A chilly start but plenty of blue sky and sunshine throughout the day.
Top temperature: 23C (73F).
Neowise, first observed in March of this year, will be visible across the night skies all month as it travels through the solar system.
A lot of dry weather through the week ahead although some rain is likely for parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland. Turning increasingly unsettled by the weekend for many.