Monday's UK weather forecast — Sunny spells and scattered showers with thunder in the afternoon

BRITS can expect sunny spells and scattered showers today after a dry night.

The showers will be slow-moving across the UK, with thunder in the afternoon.

UK weather forecast for 7am on Monday May 20

UK weather forecast for 4pm on Monday May 20

It's set to be cloudy in the North and East of the county on Tuesday.

There will also be scattered showers but it will be dry and sunny elsewhere.

On Thursday, Brits in the southwest can expect rain and cloud.

It will be a drier, brighter day elsewhere as we prepare for the bank holiday.

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UK weather forecast for Friday May 24 to June 2

Friday is likely to be a showery day and it will be cloudy. Any sunny spells could trigger heavy showers and there will be a risk of thunder.

This changeable weather is expected to continue into the Bank Holiday weekend. There's likely to be strong winds and spells of rain, which will clear to a mixture of sunshine and showers.

The showers may become heavy and thundery across the South.

The forecast will remain rather uncertain with spells of changeable weather.

UK weather forecast for Sunday June 2 to June 16

Settled weather is most likely across the northern parts of the UK at the start of June.

Temperatures are likely to be normal for the start of the summer as we move through the month.

UK surface pressure forecast for 12pm Monday

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