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Good evening. Once we have lost the overnight rain tomorrow could be
Summers's last hurrah. I cannot promise sunny skies everywhere, it
will turn quite humid, and when the sun does pop out, temperatures that
reached quite high. That is because we are importing warm air tonight,
the company at the moment by a lot of cloud, wet across Northern
Ireland, rain extensive across southern Scotland and northern
England. Showers drifting across southern parts of England. Double
figures everywhere, 16 in the south-west. Single figures in the
north of Scotland. Before the rain arrives, it may drop down to seven
degrees. The rain will arrive in northern Scotland, and it may last
most of the day. It should clear away from central and southern
Scotland after a damp start. Dreary conditions across northern England
first thing. Further south, most places begin Friday dry with a lot
of cloud. It is not chilly, at 8 o'clock in the morning 16 of 17
degrees. It will be a great start across the south-east of England.
Misty and murky conditions across the south-west. Dreary across a
good part of Wales, may be some breaks developing for the north-
east. The overnight rain clears from the north coast of Northern
Ireland at 8 o'clock, and it will brighten up. The rain will clear
from northern England, taking until the early afternoon to clear the
central belt of Scotland. Elsewhere, most places dry, shattered --
scattered showers developing. There will be some sunshine. Where we get
that coming through, particularly in eastern areas, temperatures
could easily reached the mid-20s, maybe 23 for 24 in places. Cooler
further north where we have got the rain. The warm front is bringing
warmer air, but as we head into the weekend, a cold front arrives. The
isobars are squeezing together, so the winds will pick up on Saturday.
That cold front will bring rain from west to east, and it will
introduce cooler conditions. We are still in the warmer air across the
south-east and tell that the rain rise later in a day. It could be