Although there are bright skies for many as we start the bank holiday, more central, eastern and south eastern regions will be cloudy.Read the full story ›
Any early morning mist and fog will lift quite readily today, leaving plenty of warm sunshine into the afternoon.
Rain will start to move into the northwest through the morning, with heavy pulses arriving here late afternoon and the winds will strengthen too.
It will feel warm in the long sunny spells, with highs of 20 or 21 degrees Celsius (68 or 70 F).
Clear spells in the north overnight where it's actually cold enough in the north for a touch of ground frost. Further south cloudier.Read the full story ›
Sunny spells for tomorrow, although the further we go into the weekend then we will see outbreaks of rain moving south eastwardsRead the full story ›
Warm sunny spells and some showers through rest of today across the UK, particularly in the southeastRead the full story ›
Cloudy in the north and west this morning, with some rain and hill fog. However, it should become drier and brighter here later on in the afternoon.
Elsewhere will see some warm sunny spells, though a few sharp showers are possible later.
However, most of the showers should clear by the evening to leave most places dry. Highs reaching 21 Celsius (70F).
It's a promising start to the long Bank Holiday weekend, with morning rain fizzling out towards the afternoon.Read the full story ›
A promising start to the long Bank Holiday weekend as the damp & cloudy skies are replaced by afternoon sunshine.Read the full story ›
A split forecast today as northern areas experience cloudy conditions whilst it's a lot brighter in the southRead the full story ›
Across the southern half of the UK today there will be variable amounts of cloud and sunny spells.
It will also be warmer than Wednesday with the highest temperatures in the southeast with 20C (68F) likely to be reached in the London area.
It will be cloudier and breezier across northern parts with some rain at times, most of which will be across the northwest Highlands where it will be persistent and heavy in places.