After a fine evening and a dry start to the night, cloud will thicken from the west to bring outbreaks of rain eastwards after midnight.Read the full story ›
After a fine evening and a dry start to the night, cloud will thicken from the west.Read the full story ›
A quiet night tonight will set us up for a super start to Saturday. But it is a weekend of two haves, with rain for Sunday!Read the full story ›
All a little disappointing out there at the moment, but fear not - the weather will soon cheer up!Read the full story ›
After such a fine and settled week, Wales is waking to something of a soggy start! But it won't last!Read the full story ›
Quiet out there at the moment but tomorrow will be a shock to the system as Wales wakes to some heavy showers.Read the full story ›
A mini-heatwave is set to hit the UK sending temperatures soaring into the 30s, making it hotter than Athens.
From Monday parts of the UK will see the mercury rising into the high 20s, with the possibility of temperatures exceeding 30C (86F) by Tuesday.
The warm front moving in from Europe will see the weather remain hotter than usual until Thursday, when it will give way to thunderstorms in the south.
Monday is still looking fairly cloudy, but that starts to break up in the afternoon for parts of the southern half of the UK and down to the east coast.
Tuesday will be quite sunny for England and Wales, slowly clearing towards the north. Certainly much of England and Wales is going to see areas of prolonged sunshine.
Western and northern areas may be less than thrilled with the weather this Thursday.... change is on the way for all tomorrow!Read the full story ›
A rather cloudy day for most with patchy rain likely to affect the far north and west at times. Elsewhere staying generally dry and bright.Read the full story ›
Rather cloudy with patchy rain in places over Wales but bright tomorrowRead the full story ›