Week Ahead Weather: Mixed with sunshine and showers
Sunshine and showers are the weather theme again today, and in fact, will be for much of the upcoming week.
We have slack low pressure nearby at the moment, with one centre ending the weekend filling over Scotland, and another sat over central Europe. Although pressure will rise from the west during Tuesday, it falls again beyond midweek, as the central European low moves north into the North Sea and Scandinavia.
Today, most people will avoid the showers, with some warm sunny spells on offer away from them. But, where you do catch one, they're liable to be heavy, slow moving and perhaps also thundery. Temperatures could make it into the low twenties in the southeast. But typically it'll be 16-19c in southern, central and eastern parts, further north and west 13-16c will be the high.
Many of the showers will die out overnight, but a fair amount of low cloud will roll in, making for a cloudy start on Monday. The sunshine should break through during the morning though, and then the process repeats with more showers building.