Some bright conditions this evening as the rain moves away, a quiet night followed by a mostly dry but cloudy day.Read the full story ›
Cooler in the north, feeling close further south as moisture and heat build upRead the full story ›
Early rain across northern England and Wales will gradually move south eastwards during the day, turning increasingly patchy as it does so, but there will still be the odd heavier burst at times and some mist or fog along the band of rain.
Cooler, brighter and fresher feeling conditions will follow the rain, with some showers across northern and western Scotland.
Temperatures will reach highs of 19 Celsius (67F) in the southeast before the cloud and rain arrives.
Rain arrives bang on cue this Bank Holiday as rain slips through North to South tomorrow- brightening up after that.Read the full story ›
A dose of wet weather on the cards to affect most of us tomorrow.Read the full story ›
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 ›