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[Updated 06:30 19/06/2021]
The weekend brings mixed weather and there is the likelihood of heavy rain in places. Early next week showery conditions continue, but in the longer term there are signs of it turning more settled for a while as high pressure builds in from the west.
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Saturday starts with scattered showers in the north and west. Elsewhere it is mainly dry. Through the day showers continue in the north and one or two may be heavy. Southern and central regions have dry and bright conditions, but this afternoon heavy showers break out in parts of the south.
Temperatures range from 16C (61F) to 20C (68F). See the rain and lightning radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 Saturday, 19th June
Tonight heavy and thundery outbreaks of rain spread northwards across the southern half of the UK. There could also be showers in the north west, but in other areas it should remain dry.
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Tomorrow it turns drier in southern and central regions for a time. However, further showers may develop in the afternoon. There could also be showery rain in Scotland, but generally there will be more dry periods in the north. Rather cool.
Monday brings sunny spells. There will be showers which could be heavy and thundery in places, particularly in the south. It remains cool for June.
During Tuesday showers become focused on central and eastern England. Other regions should be mainly fine.
Wednesday and Thursday probably bring drier periods to much of the country. However, there is a risk of rain returning to the north west later on.
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