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Heavy and thundery showers

[Updated 06:20 01/07/2022]

After the storm has cleared. Posted by brian gaze

A new month starts today but the weather continues in the same vein. Showers become widespread again and in places they will be heavy. The changeable theme continues this weekend; however, there are signs of it turning drier and warmer next week.

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After the storm has cleared. Posted by brian gaze View the full size picture.

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Friday starts with showers in places. Through the day showers become more widespread and some are likely to be thundery. The heaviest ones are expected to be in the eastern half of Britain. There will be sunny spells too, with the best of them in the south and west, although later on a band of rain pushes into Northern Ireland. 

Temperatures range from 15C (59F) to 21C (70F). See the rain radar for the latest view.

UKV, rain, 15:00 Friday, 1st July

Tonight showery bursts of rain push eastwards to affect much of the UK. In Wales and north western England they could be heavy for a time, but later on they become patchier. The south eastern corner and East Anglia remain dry.

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Tomorrow the remnants of the rain steadily clear eastwards. Brighter and showery conditions follow behind it into western and central areas. Warmest in the south east.

UKV, rain, 15:00 Saturday, 2nd July

More settled next week

Sunday brings showers to the north and east of the UK. Wales as well as south western and central England should be mainly dry. That is also where the best of the sunny spells are likely to be. Temperatures similar to recent days.

Monday may be dry and bright in the south. The north has sunny intervals and scattered showers.

During Tuesday wet weather pushes into the north west. Other parts of the UK will be dry and bright. Quite warm in central and eastern England.

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GFS, surface pressure and precipitation, 15:00 Tuesday, 5th July

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