Edinburgh Weekend Weather: Cloudy with light rain predicted across the Capital on Saturday June 19 and Sunday June 20

Saturday will welcome a cloudy start with spots of rain and sunshine and Sunday offering a largely cloudy day.

Saturday, 19th June 2021, 11:42 am
Updated Saturday, 19th June 2021, 12:36 pm
Edinburgh weekend weather forecast (Picture: SNS Group).
Edinburgh weekend weather forecast (Picture: SNS Group).

A rather cloudy start with a few spots of rain is on the cards for the Capital on Saturday morning, June 19, according to weather experts.

However, it will soon become brighter with sunny spells, although a scattering of showers developing in the afternoon.

Edinburgh is likely to see a maximum temperature of 17/ 18C on Saturday afternoon.

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Cloud and rain is expected at noon and it will be overcast until around 2pm.

Rain and sunshine is predicted at 2pm with temperatures of around 15C. This will turn into sunny intervals by 3pm and will turn cloudy between 4pm and 5pm, according to the Met Office.

Scattered showers will be present through the evening with it largely overcast, however, the sun may come out amongst the rain at 7pm.

Overnight will be cloudy, some patchy rain through the central belt and in the west, but drier across the Borders with a minimum temperature 9C.

Sunday is likely to be a largely dry day in the Capital.

It is expected to be cloudy with a bit of sunshine peaking through at 5pm.

It will be a slightly colder day in comparison to Saturday with a maximum temperature expected at 16C.

Rain is expected for Monday morning with it likely to be overcast.

However, the Met Office has said it will turn drier and brighter through the afternoon and into the evening.

Tuesday will dry with light winds and bright or sunny spells and by Wednesday it will turn cloudier with rain spreading east.

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