With wet Weather A feature of many people in the last few days, you will want to know if things dry out when we enter the new month.
The good news is: the rain It looks like there will be less disruption in July, with warm temperatures and clear skies visible in most areas.
You may be wondering, then, what could be a more useful prediction for the UK. Thanks, we’ve got some preliminary information Met Office.
Early weather forecast for Thursday, July 1 to Sunday, July 4
Most places will be fine and dry with sunshine in the west and south and parts of Scotland on Thursday.
Rainfall is expected in eastern and northern England on the same day.
On Fridays and weekends, it will feel increasingly hot and humid. However, the picture looks more bleak as the low-pressure system enters the country as rain spreads through most areas.
Early weather forecasts will be available from Sunday, July 4 to Tuesday, July 13
Thunderstorms and torrential rains in the early part of this period may be characteristic for some people.
But with sunshine in the north and east, things get brighter in the second half of the week.
Wet winds along the coast in northwest England and the west will be a breeze for many.
Temperatures are expected to be expected in the mid-twentieth century, with temperatures expected to be higher in the northeastern regions with better exposure to the sun and longer breaks in the clouds.
Early weather forecast Wednesday, July 14 to Wednesday, July 28
We may see some hot or very hot spells during this period, with temperatures above the average for the year.
A series of thundershowers could once again affect parts of the south as well as the northwest.