UK weather forecast From Sunday, June 25, to Tuesday, July 4

There was a lot of sunshine in the south and east to start the season; However, it is more likely to be cloudier in the north and west, with occasional rain that may become heavy for some. Winds are also more likely to be stronger in the north than they have been recently.

In the inland, it is expected to remain very hot to very hot, but some sea breezes may bring down temperatures in coastal areas. More unsettled weather in the north is likely to follow a similar pattern into early July. Although thundery showers may occur further south, the driest and brightest conditions are likely to remain in the southern and central parts of the UK.

Temperatures are likely to remain above average, with occasionally very hot or warm conditions.

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