The week ahead is looking generally settled with high pressure keeping many weather fronts at bay. That's not to say we won't see the occasional light shower cropping up over the next few days. When the sun pops through the cloud it'll feel warm.
On Monday the best of the finer conditions will be across England, Wales, and N. Ireland. The odd shower is possible but most places will remain dry. Scotland will see increasing amounts of cloud and outbreaks of rain during the afternoon.
Temperatures will be cooler on the east coast with an onshore breeze making it feel a little cold for this time in June. It'll be inland western areas that see highs of 21/22C.
Pollen counts will spike during the dry and sunnier periods that do develop, likewise UV levels.
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