Dry and largely sunny. Becoming warm inland.
Cool at first, but a dry and largely sunny day is forecast with mainly light northwest winds. Temperatures will rise to give a warm day across many areas, especially inland, but daytime cooling onshore breezes may develop along some coasts. Maximum Temperature 22C.
A pleasant sunny evening is expected. It will remain dry and largely clear overnight with light winds. Becoming cool as temperatures fall to single figures in rural areas towards dawn. Minimum Temperature 9C.
Dry and often sunny, although the sunshine may become hazy at times. Cool at first, then becoming warm, especially inland, although with cooling daytime breezes developing along some coasts. Maximum Temperature 23C.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Dry and mainly sunny, although with sometimes hazy sunshine. Becoming increasingly warm or very warm, locally hot inland by Tuesday. Cooler nights at first, and where onshore daytime breezes develop.
Day 6 to 15
The final week of June will see plenty of dry and sunny weather across most of the UK, with only the far north and northwest seeing cloudier skies at times, with rain possible. With the fine weather, temperatures will continue to rise for all parts, but especially so in the south where it could turn hot. The heat may spark an isolated thunderstorm, with the risk increasing towards next weekend, especially over high ground, although the majority will stay dry. As we head into the start of July confidence reduces, but most areas should continue to see plenty of fine, sunny and very warm weather. Northern and some western areas may however begin to see cloudier conditions pushing in, with the chance of some rain and stronger winds here.
Day 16 to 30
Although confidence remains low through July, early indications bring a good deal of dry and settled weather across many parts of the UK. However, there are some signs that more changeable weather may develop at times, especially in the north, and possibly the west, potentially leading to cloud, stronger winds and some rain. Where it turns more changeable it will also become cooler, but where the dry and settled weather continues, it will remain very warm, especially in the south and southeast.
Met Office : SE : 2018-06-22T02:30:09