The forecast is generally fair and bright for most through to the end of the weekend, but there will be some complications with Scotland and areas of Northern England set for patches of damp weather.
Farmers Weather expert, Dr Simon Keeling said: "With combining well underway, the weather is set to play ball for many farmers through the end of this weekend and into the weekend.
There are some complications, but generally fair weather is anticipated for many, and it may well turn hot across eastern and southern areas too, with all becoming warmer.”
“Some damp weather in the northern half of the UK on Wednesday, with rain in northern Scotland on Thursday and Friday. England and Wales, despite Wednesdays cloud, should become brighter during Thursday, the emphasis on drier weather further south.
Rain around on Friday, again this is parts of Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England, drier in the south. Then the remnants of a front lie somewhere through Wales, the northern Midlands and northern England on Saturday and Sunday bringing some cloud and spots of rain, but elsewhere it’s dry and bright, becoming every warmer to the south.”
“By Monday most are dry with good spells of sunshine and becoming very warm in the east and south, with the prospect of temperatures peaking at 30C. More generally temperature lift through the end of the week and into the weekend for most.
However, as always, the heat triggers a thundery breakdown with the focus on Tuesday for storms breaking out.”
We’ll keep you informed in our forecast videos at www.farmersWeather.co.uk"