Heavy showers set to spread into western areas tomorrow.Read the full story ›
Fresher and cooler as we head into the second half of the weekend.Read the full story ›
Thunderstorms clear the North, leaving a dry and warm day with sunny spells.Read the full story ›
After the heatwave come the storms, with lightning flashes illuminating the night sky across much of the country last night.Read the full story ›
Expect heavy and thundery rain across the north of Britain but these should slowly ease and clear away northwards during the day.
For southern areas it will be mostly dry and sunny, but possibly with a few thundery showers in the far southeast during the morning and perhaps across Northern Ireland later.
It will still be warm for many, even very warm or locally hot across the east and southeast of England where temperatures could reach 30 Celsius (86F), although cooler and fresher air will arrive from the west later.
As we move into the weekend, expect things to get rather more unsettled weather-wise - thought it will stay hot and humid for some.Read the full story ›
Thundery overnight with a Met Office warning for rain in place for a large swathe of the country. Quite sunny throughout tomorrow.Read the full story ›
A fresher start than on previous days with a little mist or fog in places, but dry with plenty of sunshine which will soon burn off any murkiness.
It'll turn increasingly warm and humid later, or hot towards the southeast with top temperatures of 30C (86F).
Cloud will gradually build from the southwest, with isolated, potentially thundery showers possible late in the day.
After the thundery activity overnight, clears skies follow leading to a sunny, humid day. Then more thundery outbreaks to come.Read the full story ›
After the possibility of thunderstorms overnight moving North, there will be plenty of sunshine during the day. Again with high temperaturesRead the full story ›