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[Updated 07:40 09/07/2019]
The next few days bring changeable weather to all areas. Today rain will be mostly restricted to the north but it becomes more widespread through tomorrow and Thursday. It also turns warmer and increasingly humid which leads to an increasing risk of thunderstorms. High pressure should return in time to bring more settled conditions back for the weekend....READ IN FULL
Tuesday starts with outbreaks of rain in the northern half of the UK. The south is mainly dry. Through the day it remains wet in the north and the rain will be heavy rain at times. Southern and central counties remain mainly dry, although thicker cloud could bring some light rain. Bright spells are most likely in the south.
Temperatures range from 17C (63F) in the north west to 22C (72F) in southern England. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 15:00 BST Tue 9th July
Tonight rain continues in the north. The south remains dry.
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Summer forecast Issued 01/06/2019
Tomorrow showery rain affects much of the country with the heaviest outbreaks probably in the north. Later in the day they may extend into East Anglia and the south east. Some warm and humid spells of sunshine are expected too.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Wed 10th July
Thursday and Friday bring heavy showers and at times they could be thundery. Temperatures rise and in the south they could reach a warm and humid 27C (81F).
By the weekend high pressure builds northeastwards across the UK. Showers become more scattered and there should be a lot of fine weather. The highest temperatures are likely to be in the south but even northern areas should have some pleasantly warm sunny periods.
Next week could see it become more changeable again.
GFS 500hPa heights and MSLP, 16:00 BST Sun 14th July
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Temperatures remain close to the average for much of the time. A mix of settled and changeable periods is expected. View latest GEFS.
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