Sunday 10AM. Summary: Well, Summer where are you? ;) Over the Next Few Days, we remain in a Westerly, mixed pattern; by Tuesday high pressure will begin to build across the UK, meaning settled conditions will arrive by en large. However, this temporary ridge is only a transient feature, as by the weekend & particularly Glasto, we are expecting more unsettled conditions to arrive across the Country.
Now, Sunday will be a blustery day with quite a fresh Westerly wind. The highest chance of catching showers will be across North Western parts; later however most areas will by dry, cloudy around Western Coasts, only a few showers in NE Scotland. Temperatures generally suppressed at just 14-16C, even cooler in the West. Now, Sunday night will be dry & winds will become light in the North. But, in the South you will notice some light and at times moderate rain affect the far South Coast. Increased cloud will tend to hug Coasts during Monday whilst inland & Western areas get the sunshine. Mr.Sun however wont do much for the temperatures, just 12-15C so feeling really cool for June.
Now, High pressure will build further later. So by Monday night expect clear conditions to give the risk of a fairly widespread rural frost in the North; above 5C across Southern areas. Increased cloud will tend to spill into North Eastern areas of Britain, further SW feeling warmer, which is the benefit of clearer skies, warmer weather & Sunshine for most on Tuesday :).
FURTHER AHEAD OUTLOOK: BECOMING WARMER on Thursday & Friday with showers in the South. More unsettled by the Weekend. Enjoy :)