BBC Weather forecaster Matt Taylor noted conditions will remain mostly settled across the UK at the start of the weekend before a new front of wet weather starts moving into the country. Temperatures will however remain quite balmy, with thermometers set to hit 22C across the south and staying in the mid-teens across northern England and Scotland. Mr Taylor said: “Today is looking a little bit quieter.
“There’ll still be some sharp showers here and there but more in the way of dry weather and for many tomorrow will be dry.
“The big exception will be southern counties of England, maybe south Wales, where we see rain start pushing up from the south.
“It’s courtesy of this area of low pressure. One or two showers through parts of Scotland into the east and Northern Ireland, the very far north of England.
“Cloud is quite misty and murky through the day, with hill fog and patchy light rain or drizzle.”
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The BBC Weather long-range forecast warned of an incoming weak cold front set to move in the final week of June.
The forecast read: “A weak cold front will bring spells of showers to Scotland and Northern Ireland on Tuesday into Wednesday. Wales and England remain dry but cool.
“A more organised low-pressure system will slide through late this week, bringing an increase in rain and winds to the UK. Rain is not expected to be as organised by the weekend, but unsettled conditions will persist.
“A brief warm-up is anticipated on Thursday ahead of the approaching low-pressure system with readings climbing slightly above normal.
“Any warming will be short-lived as temperatures look to fall back to near to slightly below normal levels over the weekend.”