UK weather forecast: Radiant heat to envelop Britain as sunshine strikes back on Sunday

Meteorologist Luke Miall gave the forecast but noted that there will be some geographical splits in the weather. He explained: “Mostly dry across the UK, the best of the sunshine over to the more Western parts of the country.” It is expected to be a bit more cloudier down the eastern portion of the UK.

Mr Miall said this meant there was a chance of some rain: “Cloud could be thick enough to give one or two showers down eastern sides of England.”

But the western portion of the UK will see the best of weather.

That includes Wales and Northern Ireland.

Generally speaking, the weather is set to be quite pleasant compared to recent days: “Not particularly chilly to start the day either but it will be feeling less humid.”

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As the day progresses, there is a risk of some showers in the south east.

In terms of temperature, the warmest places will be in South Wales and into the west country, where it will reach 25C (77F).

But the geographical differences will continue as the day progresses.

According to Mr Miall it will be “cooler down the east coast”.

Turning to next week he added: “Fresher start to Monday morning.

"Towns and cities those temperatures will hold up.”

“Just a little bit of cloud bubbling up through the day.”

Scotland in particular will be “murky” due to “low cloud”.

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