This wet weather is likely to be bringing grey and at times misty weather as temperature drop. Much of Scotland and parts of the South will be drier and brighter depending on what track the fronts take, the exact position of which is somewhat difficult to pinpoint. There’s already been rain across Northern Ireland this morning, and this’ll move eastward to affect much of Wales, northern England, the Midlands and parts of East Anglia later after a bright start in the East and South.
The rain will be showery in nature giving heavier bursts, with the Home Counties and parts of southern England probably seeing a few showers later.
There will be dry and sunny intervals towards the South coast and over the Channel Islands.
With most regions South of the M4 experiencing dry spells.
Much of Scotland will also see some sun, but the South will be dull and showery at first, with a few showers developing elsewhere on an otherwise dry day.
Grey skies and rough seas around the Forth bridges,
Over the last week, those living in the West or South West will have been experiencing strong winds, however now it’s likely they’ll be a lot lighter.
It’ll mostly be a little on the cool side for early July, with top temperatures 11 to 16C across Scotland.
Meanwhile, it’ll be 17 to 19C elsewhere and locally 20 or 21C towards the South East and in the far South.
A couple shelter from a sudden downpour of rain on Primrose Hill
South of says from Liverpool to Hull see further showers during the evening and overnight, with the far South and the Channel Islands drier with broken skies.
In Northern Ireland and remaining parts of northern England, skies should also be breaking.
With Scotland also seeing clearer spells.
Winds continue to be light allowing it to turn quite chilly in some rural glens with lowest temperatures in the North between 6 and 9C.
A general view of the beach with the theme park, Adventure Island,
Elsewhere it’ll be milder, with temperatures falling no lower than 12 to 14C across the South, where some coasts and hills exposed to a South Westerly breeze will turn misty.
Central and southern parts of the UK will continue to be straddled by clouds and the occasional rain on Wednesday.
But it’ll be moving a little further North through the day to affect Northern Ireland and parts of northern England.
Rain falls near an offshore windfarm as a thunderstorm approaches overhead
It will be misty over the coasts and hills in the South whilst also being exposed to a South Westerly breeze.
With the Channel Islands experiencing mostly bright conditions.
Over Scotland and the far North of England however, it remains mostly dry with sunny spells in light winds.
Top temperatures here are 12 to 15C and 16 to 18C where you see the best of the sunshine, with 17 to 20C more likely further South.
Members of public shelter from rain underneath umbrellas in London.
It remains much the same into the evening and overnight, with southern and central parts, in particular, seeing further occasional rain.
Later the rain may turn heavier and more persistent in misty conditions with patches of the hill and coastal fog, as the remnants of ex-tropical storm Edouard approach.
This’ll bring particularly mild, humid air to the South where temperatures shouldn’t fall below 15 to 17C.
Further north where it’ll be dry with clear spells it’ll be much cooler, with lowest temperatures here between about 6 and 9C again.