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[Updated 07:00 13/06/2019]
This week has been exceptionally wet in parts of the UK and there will be more heavy rain around today. The good news is there are signs of an improvement. During the next few days brighter conditions return and temperatures begin to recover. However, further heavy showers are likely....READ IN FULL
Thursday starts with two distinct areas of heavy rain over the UK. One stretches from south west England, through the Midlands and into East Anglia. The other is affecting Wales, northern England and southern Scotland. Through the day the rain tends to turn more showery and it should ease off in parts of the west later. However, much of the country has another wet day. The driest conditions will be in the north west and possibly the far south east.
Temperatures range from 10C (50F) in northern Scotland to 16C (61F) in the south. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Thu 13th June
Tonight showers become more scattered for a time. Later on further outbreaks of rain push eastwards across much of England and Wales.
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Summer forecast Issued 01/06/2019
Tomorrow heavy showery rain affects much of England and Wales, but it could stay drier in the south. Scotland and Northern Ireland have sunny spells and showers. The south has a warmer day with temperatures pushing up towards 20C (68F).
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Fri 14th June
The weekend looks mixed. A weak ridge of high pressure builds over the south and low pressure becomes centred further north. The chance of drier and brighter conditions increases, particularly in the south. Nonetheless there could be further heavy and thundery showers.
Changeable conditions continue early next week but showers become increasingly restricted to central and northern areas on Tuesday. By Wednesday it could become very warm in the south, although the risk of thundery showers may increase again.
GFS 500hPa heights and pressure, 16:00 BST Mon 17th June
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Very wet conditions are shown in the southern half of the UK early on. In the longer term it remains changeable with upper air temperatures close to the 30 year average. View latest GEFS.
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