- Today , , Sunny Intervals , High 24°C 75°F Low 18°C 64°F Wind speed 14 mph 23 km/h East South Easterly
- Sat , , Sunny Intervals , High 19°C 66°F Low 15°C 59°F Wind speed 13 mph 21 km/h West South Westerly
- Sun , Light Rain Shower , High 18°C 64°F Low 15°C 59°F Wind speed 13 mph 21 km/h South Westerly
- Mon , Light Rain , High 19°C 66°F Low 16°C 61°F Wind speed 12 mph 19 km/h Southerly
- Tue , Heavy Rain Shower , High 18°C 64°F Low 15°C 59°F Wind speed 17 mph 27 km/h West South Westerly
- Wed , Light Rain Shower , Likely high 17°C 63°F Likely low 15°C 59°F Wind speed 19 mph 31 km/h West South Westerly
- Thu , Light Cloud , Likely high 18°C 64°F Likely low 15°C 59°F Wind speed 14 mph 23 km/h Westerly
- Fri 10 Jul , Light Cloud , Likely high 19°C 66°F Likely low 15°C 59°F Wind speed 11 mph 18 km/h South South Westerly
- Sat 11 Jul , Light Cloud , Likely high 19°C 66°F Likely low 14°C 57°F Wind speed 13 mph 21 km/h South Westerly
- Sun 12 Jul , Sunny Intervals , Likely high 19°C 66°F Likely low 14°C 57°F Wind speed 13 mph 21 km/h West South Westerly
High 24°C 75°F Low 18°C 64°F
A drier day than yesterday with sunny spells, and feeling increasingly warm. Towards the end of the day, cloud will build from the southwest, with the risk of an isolated heavy shower in the far south.
Warm and humid, with heavy, thundery showers moving north during the evening, bringing the risk of hail and some locally torrential downpours. It will become dry from the south overnight.
Met Office warnings issued for Neath Port Talbot
Yellow warning of rainUpdated 3 July at 11:32
- 1900 on Fri 3 July
- 1200 on Sat 4 July
Isolated heavy, and possibly severe, thunderstorms are expected to develop on Friday evening across parts of southern and southwest England. These are likely to become more frequent later and spread northwards across Wales, the Midlands and northern England overnight, and into southern Scotland by the early hours of Saturday. Some torrential downpours are possible leading to localised surface water flooding, with hail, frequent lightning and squally winds also likely hazards.
The public should be aware that there is a chance of some very localised significant disruption.This is an update to the warning to extend the yellow area across southern Scotland and elevate the position in the risk matrix. This will be kept under review and further updates are possible closer to, and during, the event.
Issued by the Met Office