Early misty cloud and fog taking a while to clear from some locationsRead the full story ›
President Obama has declared a state of emergency in South Carolina after severe storms have battered the state causing widespread flooding.
The storms have been described as a "once in a 200 years" rainfall event.
South Carolina could get more rain in three days than it normally does in the entire season, AP reported.
A cooler day than of lateRead the full story ›
Feeling chilly where it stays grey.Read the full story ›
Like the last few nights it'll turn chillyRead the full story ›
Clear and crisp end to the dayRead the full story ›
After a slow, grey start in places with early mist and fog.Read the full story ›
Expect another fine and sunny day for many parts of the country, once the early mist and fog clears, with light winds.
It will turn rather cloudy though across some parts of Northern Ireland as well as western parts of Scotland and also the Northern Isles where it will be breezier with some drizzle possible. Temperatures could rise to 20C.