What do the upcoming days prepare for us: rainy spells or summer heat?
Starting from Monday, the tenth of July.
Heavy showers are in the 3-day forecast for Northern Ireland. It will feel much colder, particularly if you are stuck under that rain. The temperature will struggle to reach 20 Celsius.
What about Scotland's weather? Rainy, changing to sunny intervals across Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and Glasgow. The temperature will get to the high of 19 Celsius.
A lot of precipitation is expected in Wales. Do not forget an umbrella if you are heading outside. 20 Celsius should become the highest figure in Cardiff.
A strong southerly wind pushing showers in Yorkshire. 19 or 20 Celsius is expected in Sheffield and Leeds.
Showers, locally heavy, will continue to affect West Midlands. The highest daily temperature in Coventry and Birmingham will be around 21 degrees.
Rainy Monday is expected across the East Midlands. Daily temperature in Nottingham and Northampton reaches 21 Celsius.
A changeable weather awaits the East of England. People of Cambridge, Norwich and Peterborough will need an umbrella on Monday. The daily temperature stays between 22 to 25 degrees across the region.
Rainy across South West England. Southern winds will be strong in Plymouth and Bristol: around 16 miles per hour.
Let's check the UK weather for Tuesday, the eleventh of July.
Cloudy and rainy weather is expecting Northern Ireland. The temperature will get to 20 Celsius only in Belfast.
Rainy and cold weather awaits Scotland. 18 Celsius will be the highest temperature on Tuesday. The people of Glasgow will see summer thunderstorms.
There will be some persistent rain in Wales. 20 degrees is still possible in Cardiff on Tuesday.
Unsettled weather across Yorkshire. Rainy, changing to sunny spells in Sheffield and Leeds, while some thunderstorms in Hull.
West Midlands will be hit with summer thunderstorms. A lightning storm is expected in Birmingham, Stoke-on-Trent and Wolverhampton.
Staying rainy across the East Midlands. Daily temperatures between 19 to 21 Celsius.
South West England will be affected by rain and gusty southwestern winds as well. Daily temperatures between 17 to 21 degrees across the region.
Let's move to South East England. Rain or showers affecting London, Oxford, and Southampton, though some brightness too. Southwestern winds will be very strong.
And now, Wednesday, the twelfth of July.
Showers, heavy in places, will continue affecting Northern Ireland. Pretty chilly 18 Celsius in Belfast.
Rainy weather is expected in Scotland, though some brightness too. The temperature will struggle to reach 20 Celsius in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and Glasgow.
Rainy and pretty cold weather in Wales. With strong gusts of western wind. In Swansea and Cardiff it will reach 17 miles per hour.
A similar situation awaits North West England. Do watch out for some showers breaking out throughout the day. They will be hit-and-miss, but some of them – heavy.
North East England. Strong westerly winds will bring clouds and further outbreaks of rain to Newcastle and Sunderland.
What does the weather have in store this Wednesday for Yorkshire? Rainy spells changing to some sunny intervals and the temperature is up to 21 Celsius.
It may cheer up a little bit, particularly in the West Midlands, but still the likelihood of some showers in Coventry and Birmingham.
Rain won't stop across East Midlands. People of Nottingham and Northampton could feel strong gusts of westerly wind.
East of England will be affected by rain again. Despite the precipitation, the daily temperature should be around 22 degrees.
It is going to be a quite cloudy start of the day across South West England, with further outbreaks of rain. 20 degrees will be the highest figure here.
The rain will be trickling into parts of South East England, reaching London, Oxford, and Southampton. Temperatures between 20 to 22 degrees across the region.