It will be a fine, though breezy start for many central and eastern parts of the UK with sunny spells.
However, showery rain - mainly across Northern Ireland at first - will gradually spread northeastwards into Scotland.
Cloud will also increase to bring scattered showery outbreaks across England and Wales during the day.
It will stay breezy, with a high of 23 Celsius (73F) expected.
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Many northern and western areas will have a blustery day with outbreaks of showery rain, some of which will be heavy.
Gales will affect some exposed areas, giving large waves at first around the coast.
Elsewhere it will be mostly dry with sunny spells, although it will feel fresher than of late.
Top temperature 22 Celsius (72F).
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Outbreaks of rain across Scotland this morning will steadily clear to the north, and should clear from Shetland by late afternoon.
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).