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Hello there, hard to believe that August started with a heatwave and
a temperature of 30 degrees. It has been different ever since. We have
seen spells of heavy rain, notibly in Scotland. This sum certificate
likely to be wetter than last summer and the coolest since 1993.
Over night it will be cool. Where we break the cloud we will see the
lowest temperatures, Scotland, northern England and across
southern parts of England and Wales. In these rural areas, temperatures
will be down to five degrees or so. Chilly start tomorrow. An
improvement tomorrow. The cloud will be thinner, skies will be
brighter, temperatures should be a little bit higher as well. Sunshine
in the morning in Scotland, mainly for the eastern side of the country.
Brighter skies and sunshine across northern England, after a chilly
start. It should be brightening up through the Midlands and East
Anglia as well, probably dry too. More sunshine across southern parts
of England. Sunny spells on Wednesday morning, south coast
doing well. A decent day for the far South West of England. If will
is sunshine in Wales in the morning it will be across the south of the
country. Dry in Northern Ireland. More cloud than sunshine. The best
of the sunshine will be in the morning. What happens is, as time
goes by, temperatures rise, the cloud develops and spreads out
limiting the sunshine by the afternoon. The cloud is thick
enough in Scotland to give showers. It will be brighter elsewhere.
Temperatures higher than today. Warmer for the north west of
England, a better day here than it has been for some time. Cloud
around on Thursday. It's thinner. The trend is for it to warm up day
by day. 20 degrees maybe 22 in the south-east. High pressure is
keeping it quiet. This weather front is coming our way. It will