UK Five Day Forecast: Latest Outlook For The Week Ahead

Here’s the latest forecast for the weekend and beyond in the UK and Ireland from The Weather Channel.

A mixture of sunshine and showers will continue into the beginning of this week

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It is expected to turn more unsettled with wetter and windier conditions from mid-week as a front moves in from the north-west

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It will be a slightly cooler start to the week than previous days

, but still 1-2C above normal, however towards the end of the week, temperatures will trend closer to normal.

Earlier in the week, maximum temperatures will be generally 15-20C in the north and 19-23C in the south. Later in the week it will be slightly cooler more like 15-18C in the north and 18-21C in the south.

Monday

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Latest outlook for Monday (The Weather Company)

A few periods of scattered showers and increased cloudiness are expected mainly in the north and west.

The remainder of the British Isles seeing drier conditions and mostly sunny skies.

Winds northerly and light to gentle. Temperatures still slightly above average, but cooler than the previous week.

Maximum temperatures for Britain will be 15-20C in the north and 19-23C in the south, and for Ireland, 17-20C.

Monday night

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Latest outlook for Monday night (The Weather Company)

Monday night will be partly cloudy and dry for most with a few isolated showers through the night, mainly in the north-west.

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Winds will be northerly and light to gentle for Ireland and northern Britain, but north-westerly and gentle to moderate for southern Britain.

Minimum temperatures will be 9-11C generally, but 12-14C along the south coast and west coast.

Tuesday

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Latest outlook for Tuesday (The Weather Company)

Tuesday will be mostly cloudy with scattered showers in western areas, however the east will see brighter and drier conditions.

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Towards evening showers will ease and cloudiness will decrease for the west. Winds will be north-westerly and gentle in southern Britain, and north to north-easterly and light for the remainder of the British Isles.

Maximum temperatures will be cooler in the east in a northerly flow off the North Sea, at 15-19C, otherwise it will be 17-20C.

Tuesday night

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Latest outlook for Tuesday night (The Weather Company)

Tuesday night will be generally clear and dry for most aside from Scotland where there will be increased cloudiness and showers over higher areas.

Winds will be north to north-easterly and light for most, but gentle along the east coast of Britain.

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Minimum temperatures will be 9-10C in the north and 10-13C in the south, warmest along the south coast.

Wednesday

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Latest outlook for Wednesday (The Weather Company)

A band of persistent showery rain will move in from the west over Ireland and Scotland through the day.

Elsewhere it will be initially sunny, with cloudiness building in from the west in the afternoon.

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Winds will be south-westerly and gentle to moderate for Ireland and western Scotland, and elsewhere it will be westerly and gentle, gusting moderate in coastal areas at times.

Maximum temperatures will be 18-20C for Ireland and for Britain it will be 14-19C in the north, 18-21C in the south.

Thursday

Showery rain will continue, heavier at times over the west as the band of rain progresses eastward through the day.

Clearance from the east expected for Ireland in the afternoon and later on for central Britain. Lingering showers expected over northern Scotland and southern Britain until later.

Winds with be south-westerly and gentle to moderate, but later they will veer westerly. Maximum temperatures will be 16-19C in Ireland and northern Britain, 18-20C in southern Britain.

Friday

On Friday, showers will feed in from the west while eastern areas will remain drier with the Midlands and south-east seeing the best of the sunshine.

Winds will be westerly to south-westerly and light to gentle. Maximum temperatures will be 15-18C in Ireland and northern Britain, and 18-22C in southern Britain.

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