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Strathclyde weather forecast


Dry start then bright spells and showers, some heavy.


A mixture of bright or sunny spells and showers, some of which could be heavy with an isolated risk of thunder. Feeling fine in any sunshine though with a moderate westerly breeze. Maximum temperature 17 °C.


Bright spells with showers easing through the evening. Thickening cloud overnight with outbreaks of rain moving in from the west, occasionally heavy across Argyll, as well as freshening southwesterly winds. Minimum temperature 9 °C.


Morning cloud and rain becoming brighter late-morning with scattered, blustery showers following in behind, some of which will be heavy. Strong westerly winds so feeling cooler; even in the sunshine. Maximum temperature 16 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Scattered heavy, blustery showers Thursday with strong westerly winds. Windy with showers at first on Friday but settling down into the weekend as things turn drier, brighter and less windy.


UK long range weather forecast

Over the weekend, fine and dry weather with clear and sunny spells expected for most, however some cloud and light showers remain possible, especially in the north and east. Despite a chilly start on Saturday, near normal temperatures can be expected for most, perhaps feeling warmer in the south and southwest. Into the following week, the weather is likely to become more settled, with any few showers most likely to be seen in the north and east, where it may feel fresher and cooler. This means above average temperatures away from the north and east, with drier conditions expected for most. As we move into the beginning of June, drier than average conditions are expected to persist overall.


In the beginning of June, we can expect to see a lot of dry weather across the UK. Temperatures may potentially become warm in the south and southwest but remaining closer to average in the north. Later on in June, we may however see some less settled and cooler weather, particularly in northern regions.


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