Cloud and rain will move east across central and southern England and Wales tomorrow. Some brightness possible later. Sunny spells elsewhere, but a few blustery showers in the far north. Mostly light winds, but winds strengthening across Shetland.
Cloud and rain continue to clear eastwards across parts of England, perhaps with some heavier bursts into the evening. Elsewhere mostly dry with lengthily clear spells.
A cloudy start across the far southwest with outbreaks of drizzle pushing north through the day, otherwise mostly dry with sunny spells, feeling pleasant in the sunshine.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Low cloud, drizzle and fog patches, mainly in the west on Thursday. Otherwise some very warm sunshine. Turning cooler and more unsettled from Friday with heavy thundery showers possible Satruday.
Updated: 05:00 (UTC+1) on Tue 8 Aug 2023
By met office