Here’s the current weather forecast for Scotland for this weekend, and the start of June.
Friday (29 May)
Friday is set to see bright, unbroken sunshine throughout the morning in most parts, reaching highs of around 19C by lunchtime.
Edinburgh will see sunny intervals throughout the afternoon, as the temperature continues to rise, reaching its peak of 21C by 2pm and remaining so throughout the rest of the afternoon.
Glasgow will see bright sunshine throughout the morning, with sunny intervals throughout the afternoon, reaching a peak temperature of 24C by 1pm.
Aberdeen will see bright sunshine throughout the day, with highs of 16C.
Saturday (30 May)
Saturday will see sunny intervals throughout the morning and most of the afternoon in Edinburgh, with bright bursts of sunshine from 4pm onwards.
It will be warm throughout the day, reaching a high temperature of 19C by early afternoon and remaining so throughout the rest of the day.
Glasgow will see sunny intervals throughout the day, accompanied by highs of 23C.
Aberdeen will have a mixture of bright sunshine and sunny intervals, but it will be slightly cooler, with a peak temperature of 14C.
Sunday (31 May)
Sunday is forecast to see bright, wall-to-wall sunshine throughout the day in Edinburgh, with a peak temperature of 18C. This will be reached by early afternoon and remain so throughout the rest of the day.
Glasgow will have bright, unbroken sunshine with highs of 22C.
Elsewhere, Aberdeen is forecast to be bright, with unbroken sunshine and a peak temperature of 15C.
What will the beginning of June be like?
The Met Office UK weather outlook for the start of June forecasts “a continuation of the current settled weather with most places staying dry and sunny.”
However, there is an increasing chance of some rain or showers at times, especially across northern and western parts.
It will also be very warm initially, but temperatures are likely to begin to return to normal towards the middle of the period.
There may then be a shift to more changeable conditions, with an increased chance of showers or longer spells of rain across all parts of the UK.
The showers or spells of rain are likely to be across the northwest and possibly accompanied by strong winds, but any wetter periods are likely to be interspersed with some drier and brighter weather.