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Weather: Largely dry with temperatures set to hit 27C

Outbreaks of rain across Scotland this morning will steadily clear to the north, and should clear from Shetland by late afternoon.

Forecasters say temperatures could reach 27C on Monday. Credit: Met Office

Many other places should see a largely dry day, albeit with a good deal of cloud at times, which is likely to produce a scattering of drizzly showers.

It will turn windy in the west, with a risk of gales developing around coasts and across the west of Northern Ireland later.

Warm across eastern England, with a highs potentially reaching 27C (81F).

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Rain in the north but very warm in the south up to 27C

There will be outbreaks of rain across Northern Ireland, southern Scotland and northern England which will reach northern Scotland by late afternoon, whilst clearing northern England by early afternoon.

Rain in the north but very warm in the south up to 27C. Credit: Met Office

Expect it to be fine, very warm and increasingly sunny elsewhere, but with showers in the west later.

It should also be a breezy day with the strongest winds in the northwest, and a top temperature of 27C (81F).

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Rain in the north and sunshine in the south up to 24C

Expect a breezy day with heavy showers and a few sunny spells across Scotland.

Meanwhile, further south a band of showery rain will start the day over northern England and Wales before edging slowly south through the day.

Rain in the north and sunshine in the south up to 24C. Credit: Met Office

But the southeast of England will be largely dry with plenty of sunshine and it will feel warm with light winds and a top temperature of 24C (76F).

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