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Changeable week ahead

[Updated 06:50 08/06/2020]

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The weather will be mixed this week with all regions having some rain. Today looks dry for most but tomorrow a band of rain pushes into the north west. During Wednesday and Thursday an area of low pressure moves southwards bringing outbreaks of rain. Beyond that it turns warmer but the risk of thunderstorms increases....READ IN FULL

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Monday starts mostly dry but there are scattered showers in southern counties. Through the day there will be a few showers across the southern half of the UK. In Wales and south western England they could be heavy. Despite that most places miss them and remain dry with bright spells.

Temperatures range from 13C (55F) in the north to 20C (68F) near the south coast. See the rain radar for the latest view.

Arpege forecast chart 1

Meteo France Arpege, temperatures, 16:00 BST Mon 8th June

Tonight there could still be isolated showers in the south. However, most of the country has a dry night with clear periods.

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Tomorrow outbreaks of rain push into the north west. Other parts of the country could see one or two showers but sunny spells develop widely. It will feel warmer.

Arpege forecast chart 2

Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Tue 9th June

Changeable outlook

During Wednesday an area of rain spread southeastwards across all regions. Brighter conditions follow from the northwest but there will be heavy showers. Cool for June.

Thursday is looking wet in southern and possibly central counties. In the north it should be dry with sunny spells. 

Through Friday and the weekend it is expected to turn a lot warmer. There will be sunny spells but there is a risk of thundery showers and the potential for downpours in places. Rainfall amounts probably vary a lot over relatively short distances. 

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GFS, surface pressure and 500hPa heights, 16:00 BST Sat 13th June

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