Showers will break out throughout the United Kingdom Tuesday as a rainy depression rolls in from the southwest.
Showery or rainy outbreaks will happen right across the Kingdom on Tuesday. There can even be the odd thundery shower in parts of England and Wales.
Although cloud and rain will dominate skies overhead, high temperatures Tuesday will be about 2-4 C above normal. For London and much of England, this would make for highs of 17-19 C, yet Wales and Scotland will also have highs to at least 17 C.
Wednesday, the center of low pressure will shift to the North Sea, yielding further rainy outbreaks in Scotland and parts of the north and east of England. Elsewhere, dry weather will take hold in England and Wales amidst sunny intervals.
Largely dry weather under sunny spells will accompany high pressure as it builds over England to the North Sea Thursday and Friday. Weekend weather will hinge upon the remnant depression of Hurricane Joaquin, which could reach the British Isles from the west as early as Saturday.