WEATHER WEEK AHEAD. Sunny start to the summer across the UK.

Welcome to the United Kingdom seven-day . What does the upcoming week prepare for us?

Such warm weather, with plenty of sunshine should continue across the UK at least during the upcoming week. Long rainy spells are not expected. The last days of this year's spring will be remembered as settled and dry. According to BBC Weather, at the moment, no weather warnings are in force for the UK. However, in order to avoid any troubles, please always monitor daily weather warnings.

So, let's compare the 7-day trend in different parts of the United Kingdom.

Here is the forecast for the week ahead: from Monday, the twenty-ninth of May, to Sunday, the fourth of June.

Starting from the Scotland . The first summer day is going to be rainy in Aberdeen. Cloudy, but dry weather will continue as we go into the weekend. The daily temperature stays around 15 Celsius.

Cloudy, changing to sunny intervals across Edinburgh. Precipitation won't be bothering you this week. The temperature is more widely in the mid to high teens, 20 degrees is possible on Saturday. Northeast winds will be light.

Dry and often sunny weather is expected in Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland. The daily temperature will jump to 20 Celsius. However, nights staying pretty chilly here: between 6 to 9 degrees.

Will the affect North East England? According to the latest forecasts, the people of Newcastle won't need an umbrella. The beginning of the summer is going to be cold: between 4 to 6 Celsius overnight, and the highest daily temperature should be 16 Celsius.

What about the Northern Ireland ? Cloudy at times in Belfast, though some brightness too. It will not this week. The temperature will increase to 20 degrees a few times.

It will remain mostly cloudy this week in Hull, though there may be some clear skies. The daily temperature should be in the mid to high teens: between 15 to 18 Celsius. Feeling quite chilly at night: 6 or 7 degrees is possible.

Much warmer weather, across North West England. For example, in Liverpool the temperature will be getting to 20 degrees each day. In addition, local people will not be disturbed by gusty winds.

Similar weather in Manchester. No chance of , staying dry and pretty bright the upcoming week. The highest temperature is expected here over the weekends: around 22 Celsius.

Much colder conditions in Norwich. Temperature stays between 15 to 17 Celsius, during the whole seven-day period. Despite some rainy clouds around, it will remain dry.

Partly cloudy, changing to sunny across Birmingham. Without precipitation. Overnight temperature will be staying in the high single figures, turning into 18 or even 20 Celsius at mid-day.

On Wednesday, the new weather front will bring clouds and further outbreaks of rain to Oxford. Better take an umbrella if you are heading outside. But no need to worry: it will get drier the following day.

Looks like the first summer day is preparing some light rain for London as well. Do not forget to use your umbrella on Wednesday. Rain won't last for long, so the temperature will stay at a high level: around 20 degrees.

The seven-day weather forecast is promising warm and sunny weather for Wales. Rain will not reach Cardiff. It will be reasonably warm here, if it does brighten up. 22 Celsius is expected.

If you're looking for the pleasant sunshine then head to the southern parts of England. Fine and bright weather will continue in Southampton. Daily temperatures ranging from highs of 18 Celsius to 23 Celsius.

Similar weather conditions in Plymouth. Warm and plenty of sunshine. The temperature varies between 19 to 22 degrees during the whole week. Summer has finally arrived.

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