The Met Office forecast for Bank Holiday Monday across the county.
The first half of next week is likely to be dominated by high pressure with fewer showers around. However, during the second half of next week, low pressure looks likely to move closer to southwestern areas bringing the threat of more changeable conditions again. With the air being drawn from southeast, this may allow temperatures to rise across southern areas into the low 20s Celsius but also introduce a chance of heavy showers which may be thundery.
If you are planning to be out and about next weekend for the Coronation, it is difficult to give lots of detail about the weather this far in advance however indications are we will see a mix of sunshine and showers. Keep an eye on the weather forecasts for updates.
Today: Bank Holiday 1 May
A cloudy or misty start in places. Brightening up to sunny spells, allowing scattered showers to develop from late-morning. Showers may turn locally heavy or thundery across eastern parts. Thicker cloud, and patchy rain and drizzle move southwards later. Maximum temperature 17 °C.
The band of cloud will clear the region by late-evening with clear and dry conditions following. Feeling chilly under clear skies overnight. Likely remaining cloudier over western hills. Minimum temperature 8 °C.
Chilly start for some. Fair weather cloud building, giving an increasingly dull morning. Cloud thinning through the afternoon to give plenty of late sunshine. Feeling cool in the easterly breeze. Maximum temperature 13 °C.