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[Updated 06:30 28/07/2021]
Low pressure keeps the changeable spell of weather going through the rest of the week. All regions have showers or longer periods of rain at times. Computer models are suggesting the mixed theme will continue well into next week.
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Wednesday starts with showers mostly in the northern half of the UK. Through the day heavy showers become widespread and some will be thundery. The northern half of Scotland has more persistent outbreaks of rain. Despite the unsettled picture there will be bright spells in places. Cool generally and quite windy in southern Britain.
Temperatures range from 15C (59F) in the north west to 21C (70F) in the south east. See the rain and lightning radar for the latest view.
Tonight showers continue in the northern England, Northern Ireland and Scotland. Elsewhere it becomes mainly dry with clear periods.
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Tomorrow will be another showery day in the north. Southern and central England as well as Wales should be mainly dry and bright, although scattered showers are possible. Windy in southern and central regions, but temperatures should be a little higher than during recent days.
Friday brings a mix of sunny spells and showers to central and northern parts of the UK. In the south there is a risk of more persistent outbreaks of rain spreading eastwards. Temperatures remain on the low side for late July.
During Saturday the greatest risk of showers will probably be in central and eastern England where it could remain overcast for much of the day. In the north and west there should be longer dry and bright periods.
A ridge of high pressure could bring mainly dry conditions on Sunday to much of the north and west. In central and eastern England the risk of showers remains.
Early next week the changeable theme continues. All regions could have showers or more prolonged outbreaks of rain. Southern counties are expected to have the warmest and driest conditions.
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