UK weather: Showers and sunshine in mixed bag for Britain

People pull down their hoods to shelter from the wind as they walk along the sea front in Porthcawl, Wales, after winds of up to 75mph lashed parts of the South West as Storm Evert hit the UK on Thursday and Friday.
People pull down their hoods to shelter from the wind as they walk along the sea front in Porthcawl, Wales, after winds of up to 75mph lashed parts of the South West as Storm Evert hit the UK on Thursday and Friday.

Evening showers tending to die out with just a few continuing mainly in the northeast and southwest of the UK

Published

Today:

Some sunshine but also showers becoming more widespread, these most frequent and heavy over eastern, central and southern England where some thunderstorms are expected this afternoon. The best of any dry and bright weather expected in the north and west.

Tonight:

Evening showers tending to die out with just a few continuing mainly in the northeast and southwest of the United Kingdom. Elsewhere largely dry and fine. Cool in the north.

Sunday:

Many places remaining dry with some sunshine. However some showers are expected especially in the south and southeast of England where some will be thundery. Feeling a little warmer.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

Sunny spells and showers Monday and Tuesday across England and Wales, mostly fine and dry elsewhere albeit with chilly mornings. Risk of heavy showers in many places on Wednesday.