Some warm, bright spells will developing through this afternoon. Temperatures above the seasonal averageRead the full story ›
A cloudy and damp start. Becoming drier and brighter this afternoon.Read the full story ›
Cloud will increase through the night with some rain arriving during the early hours.Read the full story ›
Mostly fine and dry this afternoon. Cloud will increase tonight bringing outbreaks of rain overnight.Read the full story ›
The Met Office says the UK is set for its driest September since records started in 1910 and is also among the top five warmest.Read the full story ›
Mostly fine and dry with bright or sunny spells.Read the full story ›
Today: Patchy rain, perhaps locally heavy and thundery. Conditions will slowly improve, but still with the risk of an occasional thundery shower through the afternoon. Some brighter spells are possible in the north. Maximum temperature 22 deg C (72 deg F).
Tonight: Showers slowly dying out overnight with clear spells developing. Possibly one or two showers near coasts. Some mist patches will reform. Breezy near coasts, winds lighter inland. Minimum temperature 12 deg C (54 deg F).
Sunday: Mainly dry on Sunday with some good sunny spells. One or two light showers are possible near coasts. Fresh feeling northerly breeze. Maximum temperature 19 deg C (66 deg F).
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday: Dry on Monday with some sunshine. Feeling fresher with a chilly night. Dry with bright or sunny spells on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Thursday's prolonged sunshine across inland parts of the Anglia region has boosted temperatures to 25°C at Marham in Norfolk, Santon Downham in Suffolk and Writtle in Essex.
The last time 25°C was reached in the East of England was the 10th of August, making Thursday the warmest day for almost six weeks.
This follows news that the UK has experienced its driest start to September in more than half a century.
Not everywhere enjoyed today's warm sunshine. The north Norfolk coast was affected by low cloud and temperatures here were suppressed to 18°C.
The warm and mostly dry weather will continue during the next few days, although the humidity on Friday could spark some localised heavy thunderstorms.
Britain has seen its driest first half of September since before the 1960s and it's also been rather warm.Read the full story ›
East Anglia has experienced its hottest first eight months of the year since records started in 1910 despite a chilly August.Read the full story ›