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[Updated 07:00 10/07/2019]
The north has unsettled weather for the next few days with rain becoming heavy and thundery at times. The south keeps mostly dry and warm conditions. By the weekend high pressure should build northeastwards to bring more settled conditions back to all regions....READ IN FULL
Wednesday starts wet in the northern half of the UK. The south is mainly dry. Through the day heavy showery rain continues in the north. There could also be a few showers in parts of central and south eastern England this morning but they move away by the afternoon. Other parts of southern and central Britain stay dry and bright.
Temperatures range from 17C (63F) in the north west to a humid 25C (77F) in the south. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Wed 10th July
Tonight an area of heavy rain pushes eastwards across central and northern regions. The south remains dry.
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Tomorrow starts wet in much of central and northern Britain. Drier and brighter conditions slowly return from the west. The south has a warm and humid day with sunny spells.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Thu 11th July
Showery conditions continue in central and northern areas on Friday. The south has warm sunny spells.
By the weekend high pressure builds northeastwards across the UK. Showers become more scattered and there should be a lot of fine weather. Temperatures in the south won't be as high as in recent days but all areas have pleasantly warm sunny periods.
Next week looks fairly textbook. High pressure becomes centred to the south and west of the UK with low pressure close to Iceland. It suggests the warmest conditions will be in the south with a greater risk of rain in the north.
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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