UK weather forecast: a wet day for much of the country before the evening sun
The weekend England potentially bring home football, it would be great if we could have some great weather to match the good mood everyone seems to be in.
As is often the case with British weather, there is no consistency. Northern Ireland remains mostly dry and sunny while the rest of us have to deal with sporadic downpours and cloudy skies.
Hopefully this classic British summer improves soon.
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Here is your weather forecast for the UK on Saturday July 10th.
What is the weather like in the UK?
Temperatures will hover in the mid to late teens for much of the country on Saturday, and a band of rain will move across southern areas.
Sunny spells will alternate with showers in the rest of the country, Wales and Northern Ireland making the most of and enjoying dry weather for most of the day.
On Saturday most of the UK will wake up to the rain, with the exception of Northern Ireland.
The worst of this rain will be experienced in the south, particularly in the southwest and temperatures will start around 14C.
Things improve in the afternoon as the persistent rain clears to the northeast. Emergency umbrellas should be kept on hand, as occasional light showers will occur until late in the evening.
By 4 p.m. most places will have experienced some sunshine and temperatures will have reached between 18 and 21 ° C everywhere except for the north of Scotland which will peak at 17 ° C.
Much of the rain should have cleared by dusk except in parts of Scotland and the North East where it can still be wet.
Temperatures will drop again in the mid-teens as he arrives later, but the lucky ones in Northern Ireland can expect a warm and sunny evening, with a temperature of 19C.